Adobe has released the final version of Flash Player 10.3 forOS X (software is usable by Safari, Firefox and Opera). This installs a new version of System Preferences panel from which you can manage various options, delete settings, history, and check for future updates.
For several weeks after distributing the various pre-release, Adobe has released the final version of Flash Player 10.3 for OS X (software is usable by Safari, Firefox and Opera). This installs a new version of System Preferences panel from which you can manage various options and also check the presence of future updates.
From the “Advanced Preferences is finally possible to eliminate the local memory, settings and other data used by the player in the browser. In December of last year, the Federal Trade Commission (Authority for privacy in the U.S.) was announced to be inquiring about tracking cookies exploited by Adobe Flash technology. The Flash Player, can not get to control any parameter on the privacy and delete, for example, the user’s cookies created by visiting various websites. Cookies, remember, are bits of text sent by a server to a client (usually a browser) and then sent back from client to server – without modification – whenever the client accesses the same server. Cookies sites that use Flash or http server are exploited to execute authentication and tracking of sessions, but also to store specific information about users who access the server, such as bookmarks or, when buying online, content of “bogies”. N The system has been the subject of past discussions concerning the right to privacy and critics of the technology say they are concerned with Flash since it was not possible to set options to prevent the creation of cookies, view or delete existing ones.
The update should also serve to improve the management of sound through the integration of tools for echo cancellation (useful in applications that use Flash chat).
Click here to grab Adobe Flash Player 10.3.