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NICK ADSL UK
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join:2004-02-22
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3 recommendations

Adobe Flash Player 11.7.700.202

Adobe Flash Player for Internet Explorer 11.7.700.202

Adobe Flash Player 11.7.700.202 (16.1 MB)
Your system: Windows 64-bit , English, MSIE
Do you have a different operating system or browser?
»get2.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/

»get2.adobe.com/flashplayer/
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StuartMW
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4 recommendations

Thanks Nick.

Direct downloads are here.

»www.adobe.com/products/flashplay···on3.html
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mark5019
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join:2002-03-30
Atlanta, GA

1 recommendation

reply to NICK ADSL UK
thank you

art22gg
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Courtenay, BC
kudos:6

1 recommendation

reply to NICK ADSL UK
Thanks Nick...


MarkAW
Barry White
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Canada
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1 recommendation

reply to NICK ADSL UK


Phoenix22
Death From Above
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SOG C&C Nrth

1 recommendation

reply to NICK ADSL UK
got em' all, nick.....thanks


therube

join:2004-11-11
Randallstown, MD
Reviews:
·Comcast
·Verizon Online DSL

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reply to NICK ADSL UK
Security updates available for Adobe Flash Player

Adobe has released security updates for Adobe Flash Player 11.7.700.169 and earlier versions for Windows and Macintosh, Adobe Flash Player 11.2.202.280 and earlier versions for Linux, Adobe Flash Player 11.1.115.54 and earlier versions for Android 4.x, and Adobe Flash Player 11.1.111.50 and earlier versions for Android 3.x and 2.x. These updates address vulnerabilities that could cause a crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.

...

These updates address critical vulnerabilities in the software.

... These updates resolve memory corruption vulnerabilities that could lead to code execution ...

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Oh, & don't forget to disable "Adobe ARM", if that floats your boat.

scottp99

join:2010-12-11

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So why is my Automatic Flash Player updates are not notifying me??? I just turned on my PC today just now, but it hasnt notified me yet. How llong should I wait before taking manual action?

I only have the Win7 Firewall enabled to default settings but no other firewalls (well....besides my router).

Thanks


antdude
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reply to NICK ADSL UK
I knew it!!! Damn all companies with their releases on the same day! :O

scottp99

join:2010-12-11
So why isnt it notifiying me to Install the update automatically?
Rebooted PC many times now today, but notifications yet.


chachazz
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·TELUS

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reply to NICK ADSL UK
Thanks, Nick!

See the Release Notes for full details.
(There are no new features in this release.)

If needed, Flash Player Uninstaller is available here.
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scottp99

join:2010-12-11
Does the actual Flash Player Control Panel in the Control Panel of Wndows 7 does wait for days in order for it to start notifiying when updates are ready to be installed? Because the new updates, it has not notified me.


winchester73

join:2003-08-08
Chapel Hill, NC
How often do you have it set up to check for updates?

»www.macromedia.com/support/docum···r05.html

Fickey
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reply to NICK ADSL UK
Flash updates for Android available here if needed:
»helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/···ons.html
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redwolfe_98
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reply to NICK ADSL UK
up-to-date


Pentangle
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reply to NICK ADSL UK
Thanks Nick...got them (and the uninstaller as well).

scottp99

join:2010-12-11
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According to that image panel is 7 days. Is there a safe recommendation on many days it should be set to be on the safe side?

Also, I cannot find that type of image "offline" and I cannot set the number of days within the Flash Player control panel either. Does it really have to be set through that webpage?

Libra
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reply to NICK ADSL UK
Thanks Nick

scottp99

join:2010-12-11
Is 7 days enough for it to check for updates????


skeechan
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reply to NICK ADSL UK
Breaks the Sirius Player (plug in hangs at 100% CPU util in both Safari and the Pepper build in Chrome); reverted to the 169 build and it is working again. Oh well. I'll get my sec fixes the next go around.
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StuartMW
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said by scottp99:

Is 7 days enough for it to check for updates????

Most of us here disable the auto-updater and get flash updates manually.

Adobe releases them on patch Tues.
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slajoh01

join:2005-04-23
As a matter of fact, you should create a dedicated folder called Updates under your Bookmarks. So you can check all updates every month.

Thanks again.


siljaline
I'm lovin' that double wide
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Montreal, QC
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reply to scottp99
Set at never notify if you don't want Flash phoning home.
Most of us set most Adobe apps that way.


antdude
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Mac OS X

.203.

OZO
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reply to siljaline

Re: Adobe Flash Player 11.7.700.202

said by siljaline:

Set at never notify if you don't want Flash phoning home.
Most of us set most Adobe apps that way.

Exactly. And the place, one may find some instructions, is here: How to Make Flash Secure & Clean-Up Install Software FAQ @DSLReports.com.
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siljaline
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reply to antdude

Re: Mac OS X



chachazz
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siljaline
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I'm fully aware of that link and choose not to use it.
Many boards were asked by Adobe Legal not to point directly at it.


siljaline
I'm lovin' that double wide
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reply to OZO

Re: Adobe Flash Player 11.7.700.202

I prefer using the Control Panel options for cleaning my *.sol files


Dustyn
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Ontario, CAN
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reply to scottp99
said by scottp99:

According to that image panel is 7 days. Is there a safe recommendation on many days it should be set to be on the safe side?

Also, I cannot find that type of image "offline" and I cannot set the number of days within the Flash Player control panel either. Does it really have to be set through that webpage?

said by scottp99:

Is 7 days enough for it to check for updates????

More information about the update service.

I do want to note that we are not promising that all Flash Player updates going forward will be completely silent. We will be making the decision to silently install on a case-by-case basis. For instance, any update that changes the default settings of Flash Player will require confirmation from end-users even if they have already agreed to allowing background updates. Today’s update is an example of where confirmation would be required since we are changing how updates get applied to the user’s machine. However, we could apply a zero-day patch without requiring end-user confirmation, so long as the user has agreed to receiving background updates. Adobe will also continue to release feature-bearing releases that will trigger an update notification to users that highlight new and exciting features to the Flash Player.

The new background updater will provide a better experience for our customers, and it will allow us to more rapidly respond to zero-day attacks. This model for updating users is similar to the Google Chrome update experience, and Google has had great success with this approach. We are hoping to have similar success.

At the core of Adobe Flash Player Background Updater is a scheduled task in the Windows Task Scheduler and a Windows service. These two elements ensure that Flash Player remains up to date with the latest patches and updates. The Windows service used for Adobe Flash Player Background Updater is launched on an as-needed basis by the scheduled task and is therefore dormant for most of the time, saving memory and CPU resources.

The update check frequency shown in Windows Task Scheduler reflects the duration between update checks until a check is successful. After that, the next update check that will cause actual network (or Internet) traffic will be deferred by at least 24 hours.

»forums.adobe.com/message/4723788
»www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplayer···ows.html
»www.macromedia.com/support/docum···p10.html
»blogs.adobe.com/asset/2012/03/an···ter.html
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