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In one way, this is worse than Facebook’s old Flash fixation.
But it is working to end that soon by switching Live video to the HTML5 standard, which works in all modern browsers.
In the meantime, you can watch Flash-free Live video in Google’s Chrome browser -- again, Facebook wouldn’t explain what made that browser special -- or in its smartphone and tablet apps.
Critical flaw: Leaked documents recently revealed the program has a serious vulnerability that lets hackers take over anyone's computer.
And despite various patches and attempts at fixes, Google and Mozilla have both pulled support for the plugin on their respective Chrome and Firefox browsers It was once the go-to standard for multimedia, but many sites now use a markup language known as HTML 5 that does a similar job but is more advanced, doesn't require browser plugins and, given the recent hacks, is more secure.