Flash ALERT!!! Do this NOW!!!JETZT ABER!!
Check your version of FLASH NOW!!!!!!
Security sites are warning of increased dangers of malformed Shockwave Flash (SWF) objects. Harry has read reports of possibly 250,000 web pages hosting this new exploit. It is important to move to the latest version of Flash if prompted or manually update if you are not … [more]
Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS X, and other operating systems that
use Adobe Flash Player
A vulnerability that affects Adobe Flash Player is being actively
exploited to install malicious software.
Adobe has provided updates to remedy these vulnerabilities. To
obtain the updates, visit the Player Download Center.
Adobe Flash Player is affected by multiple vulnerabilities. If you
open a malicious Flash file, which may be hosted on a website, an
attacker may be able to take control of your computer or cause it
to crash. The Adobe Security Bulletin provides updates that address
It is strongly recommended to update to the newest Adobe Flash Player
Adobe has issued an update to patch several security holes in its Flash player. Most people will have some version of Flash installed on their computers, so it’s a good idea to take a moment and make sure your system receives this update. Updates are available for Flash on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Solaris systems.
The Flash installer should remove any older versions on your system before installing the newest one, so there’s no need to manually uninstall your existing Flash installation before updating. The installer should also update the Flash plug-in for multiple browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Opera, all in one go. But it’s still a good idea after updating to visit this link to Adobe’s About Flash page — with each of the browsers you use — to make sure its Flash install has been updated.
If for some reason you encounter problems while trying to install the update, check out Adobe’s Flash support page, which includes some FAQs on common issues as well as a help center search box for more complicated questions.
Once you have the latest version installed be sure to check your privacy settings (BELOW).
All computers have this in the system be sure all your versions are up to date for there are hackers that could get into your computer easily if you have an older version. Want to see what you have and fix it easily use the just below called Secunia Software Inspector! they assist all users with this.Users should quickly move to the latest version.Since this special update is not part of Windows Update or other browser automatic updates, it is important to manually update the Flash player to ensure browser safety in the future.You need to install this on ALL browsers.If you install it on IE, it ONLY installs on IE. IE is an Active-X update whereas Firefox and Opera are not. You need to go back and get the update with Firefox also. The update for Firefox and Opera are the same though and after I updated Firefox, Opera was also updated at the same time but you need to check whichever browsers you are using to make sure they all get the new one.Adobe recommends all users of Adobe Flash Player Check your version and set the privacy settings as suggested below, but Upgrade NOW!
Download it from the Player Download Center, or by using the auto-update mechanism within the product when prompted.
Check your version:
http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/orhttp://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=tn_15507&sliceId=1NOTE: Install the update to take advantage of the security fixes mentioned in their Security Bulletinshttp://www.adobe.com/support/security/bulletins/apsb07-12.html
*ADVICE* – Just to note Your computer may require a restart to install Adobe Flash properly, ALSO you may need to go back to Securina software Inspector (seen just below Flash Players suggested settings) be sure to delete all Adobe Flash that is insecure! Also I am sure, you do not wish just any site to turn on your webcam or your microphone so please set your privacy settings below!
Google Toolbar is not required for operation of Flash Player so UNCHECK it before installing the new version of Flash Player
Click on the image below to check your computer.
1. Global Privacy Settings:
Always deny or Always ask
2. Global Storage Settings:
Move the slider to far left so it will show “None”Uncheck the “allow 3rd party flash content to store data..”
If any website that has flash content that need space, it will ask for your permission anyway.
3. Global Security Settings:
Select “Always Deny”
4. Global Notification Settings:
Uncheck the “notify me” if you do not want it to check for updates automatically.
5. Website Privacy Settings:
Select always deny
6. Website Storage Settings:
Move again the slider to far left so it will be “just a bit!”