News of the latest Flash flaw comes from Trend Micro, which said it reported the bug (CVE-2015-5123) to Adobe’s Security Team. Adobe confirmed that it is working on a patch for the two outstanding zero-day vulnerabilities exposed in the Hacking Team breach. We are likely to continue to see additional Flash zero day bugs surface as a result of this breach. Instead of waiting for Adobe to fix yet another flaw in Flash, please consider removing or at least hobbling this program.From Mozilla
Flash Player Plugin 126.96.36.199 (click-to-play) has been blocked for your protection. Why was it blocked? Old versions of the Flash Player plugin have known vulnerabilities. All users are strongly recommended to check for updates on our plugin check page (no updates were available at the time of this posting). Who is affected? All users who have these versions of the Flash plugin installed. What does this mean? The problematic add-on or plugin will be automatically disabled and no longer usable.