Updating flashplayer

14-Jan-2020 14:37

If you're using an out-of-date version of the Adobe Flash Player plug-in, you may see the message “Blocked plug-in,” “Flash Security Alert,” or “Flash out-of-date” when attempting to view Flash content in Safari.Clicking the indicator displays a message that Adobe Flash Player is out of date: To continue viewing Flash content, update to a later version of Adobe Flash Player: If you need to use an older version of Flash Player, you can use Internet plug-in management in Safari to run the plug-in in unsafe mode for websites that you trust.

Look for the "Advanced" tab to check your update preferences or force another check for the latest version.

A new window should appear; simply double click on the "Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller.app" inside to get started.

You may receive a prompt asking you to confirm whether you'd like to open the application. After being asked for your username and password, the uninstallation will take place.

Click the yellow "Check Now button" and wait a few seconds.

If you're running the latest version of Flash, you'll be presented with a brief confirmation.

Look for the "Advanced" tab to check your update preferences or force another check for the latest version.A new window should appear; simply double click on the "Adobe Flash Player Uninstaller.app" inside to get started.You may receive a prompt asking you to confirm whether you'd like to open the application. After being asked for your username and password, the uninstallation will take place.Click the yellow "Check Now button" and wait a few seconds.If you're running the latest version of Flash, you'll be presented with a brief confirmation.This time, you'll need to download the appropriate Flash Uninstaller from Adobe.