Yes, I know, kinda confusing title there. Anyways, as the timing sometimes goes, Adobe released an update for Shockwave yesterday after the initial March 2014 Updates post went out.
While not as widespread in usage as Adobe Reader and Flash Player, Shockwave is still used on several hundred million systems, so it is important for customers who’s system has Shockwave installed to update (click here to check if you’ve got Shockwave installed and what version). This update is given a priority rating of 2 by Adobe, so they recommend it get patched within 30 days.
As part of our Maintenance program, A2Z does check Shockwave to see if it needs an update when evaluating systems. If your ready to get your maintenance on, or just have some questions, reach out and communicate with us.