Security experts at Trend Micro have discovered that a new zero-day vulnerability in Adobe's Flash Player not only works on Windows, but OS X too. Sure, there's a patch, but chances are that most users don't need Flash Player anymore, so there's never been a better time to get rid of it.
Don't worry, it's quick and easy to get rid of Adobe Flash Player.
If you need Flash Player for a particular website, then the simplest and safest method of achieving this is to download and install the Google Chrome browser. This browser comes with a built-in copy of Flash Player that's sandboxed from the rest of the operating system, and it is regularly updated.