We all know that Adobe keeps releasing new updates for the Adobe Flash Player every few days as the application is full of bugs and security issues. The company has released another security patch now for fixing 25 flaws in the Flash Player, including one that is already being exploited by hackers for delivering malicious ads.
According to Adobe, the May security patch for the Adobe Flash Player is very important as it resolves a lot of security vulnerabilities on Windows, Mac, Chrome and Linux OS. The latest version of the Adobe Flash Player will automatically get updated in Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Internet Explorer.
Adobe Flash Player 184.108.40.206 is the latest update for the web runtime tool and is now available to download for free. Hackers target ColdFusion installations occasionally, which is why it is important that you install the latest update for the Flash Player on your PC or Mac. Also remember that there isn’t any Android version of the Flash Player, so stay away from the fake tools.
Version 220.127.116.11 of the flash player is available for Mac and Windows. You can download Flash Player latest version by going to the Adobe site.