Adobe System's September-announced $10-per-month Photoshop Photography Program subscription is now open to everyone, for the next two weeks. The two-week period for which Adobe has opened its $10-per-month Photoshop Photography Program subscription starts November 20 and ends December 2.
In an announcement made on Thursday, computer firm Adobe Systems revealed that nearly 2.9 million of its customers have fallen victim to numerous "sophisticated attacks," in which hackers compromised the personal data of the affected customers as well as accessed the source code of Adobe products.
Till date, the updates to Adobe's Flash were manually-based, under which a Window user had to manually update the software. But in the latest update of Adobe Flash Player version 18.104.22.168 for Windows, OS X and Linux, there is a new feature that is being added by Adobe which allows user to opt for automatic updates.
It has been revealed in a recent report that Adobe has confirmed that there is going to be flash included in the Android Ice cream Sandwich that is going to be launched towards the end of the year. It was further added that there is not going to be the same feature included in the Android 5 which is as set for launch.
Software developer Adobe Systems has newly released the public preview of its open-standards animation designer, called Edge, which aims to work alongside the company’s Flash software.
Adobe's latest version of Flash Player, v10.3, is available for Windows, Linux, Android and Mac OSX machines.
The latest version of Flash Player comes with updated security and privacy features. It patches critical holes in version 10.2 which could cause the application to crash and then let hackers to take control of the computer.
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