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Opera issues security patch for Unix users

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In a rapid response to Secunia alert, Opera has issued a security patch to protect users against flaws in some versions of its browser running on Linux or Unix, and in Macromedia's Flash Player.

Opera 8.51 addresses flaws that could allow a hacker to remotely take control of a user's system, according to a statement from the browser developer.

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