With the rise of HTML5 vying for video supremacy on the Web, workarounds for disabling Flash Player continue to pop up, allowing users to get a smoother, faster video-viewing experience online.
Two new zero-day vulnerabilities are addressed by the latest update to Adobe's popular Flash plug-in.
Apple's new plug-in manager in Safari allows for site-specific customization of plug-in behavior.
While Flash is still a popular plug-in that is being refined by Adobe, it may still cause crashes and excessive system usage. Here are some methods of reducing its usage in Safari and other browsers.