Adobe warns Android, Mac, and PC users of Flash security hole

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Adobe is warning Android handset and Windows, PC, Linux, and Solaris users out there about a new security hole in Flash 10.3. The glitch makes it possible for malware-infested sites to manipulate a users’ computer or Android device and run wild with it.
[]() If your device is infected, malicious sites could access other websites, use e-mail, and access applications. Adobe says there have been reports of targeted attacks through links in e-mails that are spreading the malware further.
Luckily there’s a simple fix. Adobe has told users to update Flash with its latest patch: Desktop users can visit [this site](http://www.adobe.com/support/security/bulletins/apsb11-13.html) and Android users should download it from the Android Market.