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Rich Bail Adobe flash player 10.x
Member 28th Aug, 2009 14:25
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Every day PSI finds that I do not have the latest version of Adobe flash player 10.x. It says I have 10.0.22.87. It show it TWICE.

In one it lists a location that does not exist and it cannot find it.

When I update it seems to install the latest version but 'cannot' install the google toolbar. The next time I reboot it again shows it insecure.

Dave H RE: Adobe flash player 10.x
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I am having the exact same trouble. I have attempted to update to the latest Adobe Flash 10 twice, rebooted and rescaned only to be find the Secunia system says I am still at risk for not having the latest version.

I do not install the hang on extra tool bars.
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Stick RE: Adobe flash player 10.x
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If Adobe Shockwave 11.5 is installed ...and Shockwave Player 10.x is end of life...would the IGNORE rule apply.I've done 3 or 4 searches for 10.x and have found nothing...nothing in program files...add/remove programs...only shockwave is 11.5
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Dave H RE: Adobe flash player 10.x
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I was able to make the threat go away by updating Adobe AIR versus updating all of Adobe flash which did nothing. That seemed to take care of the listed threat.
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wigglesworth RE: Adobe flash player 10.x
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I have the same problem! Hoe can I get into secunia to find out how to overcome this????
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wr RE: Adobe flash player 10.x
Contributor 28th Aug, 2009 19:58
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Hi all,

Here's just 1 of probably 1,000 posts on Adobe FlashPlayer. The last post to this thread by Maurice Joyce tells in detail how to uninstall/install update for Adobe so that all problems are solved-suggest you read & act accordingly-here's the link: http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/261...

Regards, wr

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Kemp Home RE: Adobe flash player 10.x
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Hi, I am new to Secunia PSI and am having the same problem as you. Although it has worked well so far I too am having the same problem with Adobe Flash 10x. It says it is a catagory 4 threat and ask for me to install 10.0.32.18 so I install and re scan, all seems OK until I switch on the following day and back it comes as if nothing has happened!!

Can someone please explain why this is happening and what can be done to correct it

Many thanks
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wr RE: Adobe flash player 10.x
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Last edited on 28th Aug, 2009 20:34
Hi kemp,
The post above yours has a link that explains the problem & contains the solution. You can also do this:
To locate the exact file that the Secunia PSI has detected, please follow these guidelines using the
ADVANCED interface:
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* Click on the + sign of the program to “expand’ it.
* Click on Technical Details in the Toolbox to see the installation path of the detected file

Regards, wr

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