Finally it was happened; the famous Adobe Flash was disabled by Mozilla from its Firefox Browser. For the past few days, it was being reported that it was having some security flaws. This was revealed when the file size of 400GB happened during a hack on the Hacking Team, a spyware Company. Mark Schmidt, the Head of the Firefox Support team at Mozilla confirmed through microblogging site Twitter. The browser was disabled only the Flash version 220.127.116.11 and the flash-based content will not work unless Adobe issues a patch to fix the things which are facing now.
— Mark Schmidt (@MarkSchmidty) July 14, 2015
Above has released a new version of the Flash, 18.104.22.168, in which the security flaws have been fixed. The dislike for Flash isn’t new. Just yesterday, Facebook’s new chief security officer asked Adobe to announce a “kill date” for Flash. In a tweet he said, “It is time for Adobe to announce the end-of-life date for Flash and to ask the browsers to set kill bits on the same day. Even if it is 18 months from now, one set date is the only way to disentangle the dependencies and upgrade the whole ecosystem at once.” It is only a matter of time before Adobe decides to drop Flash or remove it from their services, considering that it already stopped the development of the mobile version back in 2011.