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Forum Thread: Adobe Flash Plug has Crashed

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Adobe Flash Player 11.x

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Poorboy Adobe Flash Plug has Crashed
Member 2nd Feb, 2013 21:26
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I have Firefox 10.0.12 I have Download Helper Installed. Each and every time I try to watch any You Tube Video the Adobe Flash Plug has crashed error pops up . I have Adobe Flash Player 11 Active X 11.5.502.146 and Adobe Flash Player 11 Plug In 11.5.502.146 Can you Help ??

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mogs RE: Adobe Flash Plug has Crashed
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@Poorboy

Others may be able to give you more help with FF.
Following your post....I've been trying to catch up on my reading.....The advisory for Flash Player 11x shows a Highly Critical vulnerability. http://secunia.com/advisories/product/38260/?task=... even with all patches in place.

I run an early release channel Chrome ( not monitored by psi ), with Adobe Flash Player - Version: 11.6.602.155 sandboxed within it.....just ran a YouTube video no problem.
Maybe the info is of use ?


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ddmarshall RE: Adobe Flash Plug has Crashed
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I'd consider updating to Firefox 17.0.2esr as soon as you can. There were problems with Flash Player from around June 2012 which were gradually solved. I don't know if these fixes were incorporated into 10.0.12.

You could also try disabling Protected Mode in Flash Player: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1018071

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Poorboy RE: Adobe Flash Plug has Crashed
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I have corrected the problem by downloading an older version of Adobe Flash Player.
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