Quote Originally Posted by secret resistor View Post
I'm not sure about that. Vulnerabilities in commonly used software show up all the time. All it takes is a 0-day exploit in your browser/flash player/etc. or a user running out-of-date software.
Less than that is needed. Every flash video is basically a potential trojan wrapped around an otherwise harmless video codec. Similar for the flash animation. Videos could more safely and more portably be distributed as a bare bones MPEG, Quicktime, WebM or Theora and skip the flash menace.