Adobe has put out a security advisory for its Flas
Adobe has put out a security advisory for its Flash Player. According to the company, there is a critical vulnerability in the plug-in affecting Adobe Flash Player 126.96.36.199 and earlier for Linux, Macintosh and Windows. The vulnerability has the ability to cause a crash and let a hacker take control of the system.The vulnerability was revealed on Oct. 14, 2015. Adobe is expected to push out updates as early as today.More information is available here.Intel announces Arduino 101Intel has announced the upcoming release of Arduino 101, a learning and development board. There is also a non-U.S. version of the board coming out, which will be called Genuino 101. The boards are based on Intel’s Curie module, and are designed for foundational learning exercises.“Empowering budding entrepreneurs and young students has always been a priority for Intel, and by partnering with Arduino, we are bringing the power of Intel to a new generation of makers,” said Josh Walden, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s New Technology Group. “With the advanced features of the Intel Curie module embodied in the Arduino 101 board, young learners as well as developers can now bring to life truly unique, smart and connected creations.”In addition, Arduino 101 will be incorporated into the Creative Technologies in the Classroom computing initiative, which was created by Arduino.