February 7th, 2013. Welcome to Adobe® Flash Player® 11.3 for Windows 8 . This release provides support for Metro style IE and IE10 on the Desktop.
- A Windows ActiveX exploit that tricks users into opening a Microsoft Word document delivered as an email attachment which contains malicious Flash (SWF) content(3492336)
- Crash reported on Firefox(3493470)
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|Released Date||Runtime Versions||New Features||Security Enhancements||Fixed Issues|
|January 8th, 2013||11.3.378.5||N/A||APSB13-01||security bug fixes
|December 11th, 2012||11.3.377.15||N/A||APSB12-27||security bug fixes
|November 6th, 2012||11.3.376.12||N/A||APSB12-24||security bug fixes|
|October 8th, 2012||Flash Player for Windows (X86/ARM): 11.3.275.10||N/A||APSB12-22||security bug fixes
|September 21st, 2012||Flash Player for Windows (X86/ARM): 11.3.374.7||N/A||APSB12-19||N/A|
|May 31st, 2012||Flash Player for Windows 8 (x86): 11.3.370.178||First Flash Player release compatible with Windows 8||N/A||N/A|