Last week we told you about a new Flash exploit that could be used to cause considerable harm to your computer, including locking it up. Apparently Adobe is still working on a fix, but until then Mozilla have blocked Flash by default on every version of their Firefox web browser.

Users are able to turn Flash on for specific sites, but the folks at Mozilla made it clear that users should only do so for sites they know and trust.

Mozilla isn’t the only company worried about Flash. Facebook security chief Alex Stamos has publicly called for Adobe to end Flash once and for all and work with the browser developers to set a kill date.

Meanwhile, Adobe is close to fixing one of the bugs discovered, but two other bugs still need patching. There’s no telling how long that will take, so in the mean time you might want to shut Flash down completely. If you don’t want to tinker with your browser’s settings, switch to Firefox for a while since they’ve already done it for you.

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