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Flash

Value of a security displayed, or flashed across the tape, when the tape display cannot keep up with volume on an exchange and lags the current price by more than approximately five minutes.

Flash

When the tape is late by more than five minutes, the current price of a security that periodically displays, or "flashes," on the ticker. This interrupts the delayed prices and keeps investors abreast of where the current price is even if they do not know how it arrived there. The flash price displays every five or 10 minutes.
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According to Goettl, several of the Adobe Flash Player updates have been labeled Priority 2 because they haven't been used yet in any known malware, but users shouldn't assume this means they are unimportant.
You can turn this on or off to enable or disable Adobe Flash Player in the browser.
Between Flash Player and Silverlight, Flash has moved forward with a PPAPI (Pepper Plugin API)-based version that works with Google Chrome; Silver-light has not and will not.
New versions of Flash Player 10 have also been released for Windows, Mac and Linux in order to accommodate users who, for whatever reason, cannot upgrade to Flash Player 11.
Adobe Flash Player is installed on over 750 million internet-connected desktops and mobile devices.
Completely redesigned and optimized for mobile, Flash Player 10.
That's why Cluley, and Adobe, the makers of Flash Player, are trying to make people aware of the hazards.
5 and an alpha version of Adobe Flash Player 10 software for 64-bit LinuxA operating systems.
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As the game console for the Web, Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 allow game publishers to instantly deliver console-quality 2D and 3D games over the Internet to nearly all PCs and many other devices.
The multinational computer software company is doing so by launching security patches for its famous products Flash Player, Adobe Reader and Acrobat.