How to prevent flash from updating

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Grif It seems that someone out there has crafted a new Adobe Flash Player image to confuse the general public.

Here is the source address of the offending website. I also use Firefox, Chrome and Opera (primaryily for Facebook only) Browsers. The above shows up after the Adobe Flash Player image. Premium Player downloads eight malware, and various viruses that target your browser [Opera] to steal everything (and I mean EVERYTHING) It has infected my Opera OS, which I only use for Facebook.

At the very least, you should enable click-to-run for Flash content so it doesn’t automatically run on web pages you visit.

Chrome includes a bundled Flash plug-in on all the platforms it supports.

Adobe is committed to providing you with options to control SWF or FLV content and applications that run in Adobe Flash Player.Flash is going away, and everyone should uninstall it at some point in the future.Here’s how to get rid of Flash, whether you’re using a browser’s built-in plug-in or a system-wide plug-in on Windows, Mac OS X, Chrome OS, or Linux. Modern mobile platforms like Android and Apple’s i OS don’t offer Flash support at all, and that’s slowly pushing Flash out of the web.To disable it, plug chrome://plugins/ into Google Chrome’s location bar and press Enter.Click the “Disable” link under the Adobe Flash Player plug-in.

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