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Adobe Flash Player in update is out of date

Apple has released its latest security update, 2010-004, which brings the Mac OS X Snow Leopard operating system up to version 10.6.4.

The company is telling users, however, that the version of Adobe Flash Player that ships with it must be updated. The OS X version install will not DOWNGRADE users’ Flash Player installations, so, if they had the latest Flash Player version (10.1.53.64) installed before the Apple update, they’re good to go.

See Apple notice here: “Apple Security Update 2010-004 / Mac OS X v10.6.4 Shipping with Outdated Version of Adobe Flash Player”

Tom Kelchner


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