Items tagged with Patch Tuesdays

The new God of War video game launched recently and so far, the reviews have been very good and fans have been receptive as well. One thing about the game that has annoyed many users is the size of the text that the devs opted to use in areas like Lore. It's nigh impossible to read text from across the room on high-resolution TVs say many users. If you have had this problem with tiny text in the game, patch 1.12 is supposed to fix the problem and went live over the weekend. The catch is that the increase in text size with the patch is not particularly noticeable. Even with the new slider for text size at the largest setting in the Accessibility menu, the text is still hard to read for some users.... Read more...
For about as long as it's existed, Adobe's Flash plugin has been one of the most vulnerable pieces of software on the planet. Much like an operating system itself, most people readily install a Flash plugin soon after a fresh install, so it's no wonder that people are often on the hunt to see what kind of exploits can be had. It's for this reason that Adobe releases updates frequently, and one of the reasons people are often annoyed with the company. As the Dos Equis man would say, "I don't always have to update Adobe software - oh wait, I do." In an update to its quarterly security report, Kapersky has awarded 4 of the top 10 places in a list of serious vulnerabilities to Flash/Shockwave. This... Read more...