This won’t be news to anyone in the technology industry – but Adobe Flash has a vulnerability that has been exploited in the wild again. At this time there is no patch available from Adobe to cover all affected versions, but users should keep an eye out for updates if you are running it in your browser. Firefox and Internet Explorer require updates to be done manually (or via the optional automated updater software from Adobe, installed to your desktop). Google Chrome users will automatically update when a flash update is released, but may need to restart the Chrome application.
It’s a good time to note that adblockers and noscript are always good options for the security conscious. A small learning curve to the latter, it’s a great tool to prevent websites from running content without you deliberately clicking on it first.
Check back with Adobe for an update as soon as this latest exploit is patched.