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Macromedia Java flash player security issue?
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Feb 13, 2001, 01:00 PM

Today, when I went to the "unlock keychain..." feature in the Keychain Access control strip, there was an unwelcome visitor. In addition to the expected keychains, there was one called "RColor.class". Sherlock turned up two of these files in the "flash player java edition" folder, but none in the keychains folder. The keychain folder only had the expected keychains. Changing the name of the RColor.class files removed the name from the list.

Q: Is macromedia using the keychain in the java version of flash player or has MacOS9.1 gone nuts? This is likely nothing, but you never know.

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Feb 26, 2001, 04:38 PM

I thought I'd give this one another try...

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