When you manage systems one of the most critical aspects is keeping applications up to date in order to avoid security problems or to install new features.
This isn't a problem for the operating system itself, because Windows informs you when updates are available.
I have updated my Adobe Flash Player, and that's fine now, but the installation failed to get rid of the old versions of Macromedia Flash.
The Secunia writeup even hinted this might be a problem, and suggesting I go to "the vendor" (Adobe) to find out how to ...
Nearly 100% of the time, these actions will be in the form of an update.
For anyone who has had to (or wanted to) keep up with all application updates on a machine, from a single point of contact, Secunia PSI might be just the tool.
Back to Top Adobe Flash has been a major source of security risks over the years.It is one of the most actively exploited pieces of software commonly found on computers and also routinely found to have new security problems that are already being actively used on the web. I'm new to the Adobe forums and I need help with Flash Player.I suspect that many of these are scams, malware or worse, so I have not used them. many folks have written to forums and for help in dealing with uninstall problems. One would think bright programmers such as yourselves could clean this up.... It alerts users about updates mand vulnerabilities .