Sunday, May 15, 2011

Install Flash 10.3 in Ubuntu to eliminate all bugs

Flash version 10.2 had a lot of mistakes which were patched. Apparently, not even that way Adobe could rest easy with your product, so the guys decided to do a version, 10.3.

This includes a version of Flash new system called NPAPI ClearSiteData

This application allows you to manage more effectively the Flash cookies, or LSO (local shared Obejtos) that some sites use to track user information in the network.

He himself was created in collaboration with Mozilla and Google and enables Flash users delete permanently LSOs through an application that is integrated into the browser control panel.

Besides this novelty, the new version of Flash an end to the security problems that have recently been discovered. The company recently warned Two vulnerabilities in just that were rated as critical as it could allow attackers take control of your computer remotely.

Installing Flash 10.3 in Ubuntu:

For 32bit version 10.3 r181, open a terminal :
tar xf install_flash_player_10_linux.tar.gz
sudo cp /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/
To check the version in the browser address bar :
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