Welcome back, my greenhorn hackers!

In my continuing effort to demonstrate to you how to hack the ubiquitous Windows 7, we will going after that notoriously vulnerable Adobe Flash that is on nearly every client Windows system (you are not likely to find it on servers).

Flash and the other Adobe products have had a reputation for shoddy and insecure design for quite awhile now. The problem is so bad, that Apple will not allow Flash on its iOS operating system, angering many users, but keeping iOS more secure and energy efficient (when Flash crashes, it sucks up energy from the battery—and it… more


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