According to source, Mozilla has released a web-based tools work cross-functional browser. This tool permits users to 4 Chrome, Opera 10.5, Safari 4 check the plug-in like Adobe Flash and Apple QuickTime are out-of-date or not. The plug-in are often targeted by hackers. Support for IE restricted in IE7, IE8 and test a number of plug-in under other browsers.
The plug-in obsolescence tagged labeled "Update" to check that they are potentially susceptible, while the other plug-in is marked as "the latest" or if not status they will be marked as "Research". The final version of the tool will include the "Maybe outdated" and "Maybe Vulnerable".
This tool is Mozilla released in 2009; only check the first add-on Adobe Flash. Then, Mozilla Firefox plug-in more to the list, and included tools to Firefox 3.6 - is the village of feedback sessions in January 2010.
The idea behind the tool is to help the user knows, can plug-in susceptible because they have not been patched. This tool works by ping to Mozilla's servers, compare the version found on the plug-in PC users with the number of the latest version. Links to the plug-in was marked "Update" page will lead users to download the suitable plug-in of production, where users can download the current version.