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Iconic leaders like Steve Jobs has always been against the product of Adobe – Flash. They often accuse that he is heavy and uses awful lot of battery and there are many security breaches. Today Mozilla finally decided to completely block flash content in the browser Firefox.

The reason for the suspension of Flash is that Adobe had not released the update to fix security holes.

Well, this update is already released (18.0.0.209) and Firefox is not fully block Flash. The current version partially block such content and asks every time users whether they want to look at it. Such practices have Safari, but this “feature” can not be excluded. Recall the chief security officer at Facebook, Alex Stamos calls on Twitter for swift action to kill Flash.

“It is time for Adobe to announce the end-of-life date for Flash and to ask the browsers to set killbits on the same day.” says Stamos on Twitter.

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