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Homestar and Strongbad on the woes of Flash’s demise

Adobe's Flash plugin might finally be breathing its last, but that doesn't mean we don't love what it has created, which means characters like Strongbad and Homestar Runner need saving. Fortunately, all past episodes are heading to YouTube.

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Enough is enough: Mozilla blocks Flash in Firefox until Adobe fixes security holes

After 400GB files from Hacking Team were leaked, multiple vulnerabilities were found in Adobe Flash. To keep its users safer, Mozilla is blocking all versions of the Flash Player in Firefox until Adobe fixes all known exploits.

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Facebook’s head of security wants an ‘end-of-life’ date for Flash

Following the discovery of more zero days in Adobe Flash from the recent Hacking Team breach, Facebook's chief security officer has called on Adobe to end Flash once and for all.

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Two major security flaws in Adobe Flash and Windows found after Hacking Team leak

After spyware company Hacking Team was hacked itself earlier this week, two major vulnerabilities have been found in Adobe Flash and Windows systems that could actually lead to more secure systems as a result.

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Adobe warns users to update in wake of ‘critical vulnerability’

Adobe has issued instructions on how Flash Player users can keep their systems safe from a 'critical vulnerability' that could potentially allow hackers to takeover systems via the Internet.

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Adobe Creative Cloud 2015’s big update brings new tools, stock photo service, Android apps

Adobe has unleashed a ton of new tools, performance enhancements, and other features in its Creative Cloud 2015 update. In addition, Adobe is launching a new in-app stock photo service, and is bringing more mobile apps to Android.

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McAfee report sees ransomeware surge, praises Adobe for its response

According to McAfee Labs' latest threats reports, Adobe holds the "gold standard" for patching vulnerabilities in the face of growing malware threats across the board from flash to mobile.

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Adobe brings curtain down on Photoshop Touch

As part of its ongoing strategy to revamp its approach to mobile, Adobe has announced it's ending support for its Photoshop Touch mobile image editing software and removing it from app stores next week.

Photography

Monitor and control your creative portfolio from Apple Watch with Adobe’s apps

From picking a color to showing a project to a potential client, Adobe is adding Apple Watch support into its Behance, Color CC, and Creative Cloud iPhone apps.

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Adobe improves performance in new Lightroom CC, adds features to all versions

Adobe's latest version of its photo management software, Lightroom, adds new editing tools like HDR and Panorama Merge, and improves performance. Lightroom CC is also synced with versions for iOS and Android.

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Adobe previews new 3D printing mesh, color, and bump map features coming to Photoshop

Adobe previewed new 3D printing mesh, color, and bump map features slated for a future release of Photoshop, aimed at simplifying the 3D printing process for "mainstream creatives."

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Adobe’s new visual storytelling app helps you easily create impactful websites

Slate is a new, easy-to-use iPad storytelling app from Adobe designed to help users create visually stunning websites for presentations such as newsletters, book reports, and even magazines.

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How Money & Violence conquered YouTube with no money and only a little violence

In just a few months, indie drama Money and Violence has become a YouTube phenomenon, with more than 13 million views, and counting. But what's next? To find out, we spoke with the creator of "Money and Violence," Moise Verneau.

Movies & TV

Adobe announces Document Cloud for managing and signing PDF files anywhere

Much as Adobe's Creative Cloud tied together its popular apps for creative professionals, its new Document Cloud will tightly integrate its PDF tools like Acrobat with new electronic signing and document management services.

Business

Adobe releases Photoshop Mix 1.5 for iOS, adds support for digital stylus, cloud clipboard

Adobe has a new update to its Photoshop Mix app for iPhone and iPad. The app now supports digital styluses like Adobe Ink, Wacom, and Pencil; Cloud Clipboard; and easy photo merging.

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