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ericgphillips Adobe
Member 16th Feb, 2010 18:34
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PSI indicates that I have Adobe 10.0.42.34 ActiveX, which it considers insecure. My control panel shows that I have Adobe 10.0.45.2, both ActiveX and flash. I've run the proscribed link and re-booted several times, but nothing changes. What is this telling me, and what do I need to do next?

TiMow RE: Adobe
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The latest versions are:

Adobe Flash Player 10.x ..... 10.0.45.2 (ActiveX), for IE, and 10.0.45.2 (NPAPI) for other browsers (eg Firefox).

It may be, that even if you have the latests version, there are still parts of the old version(s) remaining. You must uninstall Flash every time before you update, using an Adobe uninstall download.

It is probably best to start again. Download and run Adobe uninstall Flash from here:

http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/141/tn_14157.html

Re-boot and re-scan PSI to ensure nothing of flash remains.

Download and install latest version:

http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

You have to install the latest version 2x. Once using IE, and once using another browser (if you use multiple browsers).

Re-boot and re-scan PSI one more time, and hopefully this will do it.

TiMow

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Anthony Wells RE: Adobe
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Last edited on 16th Feb, 2010 18:51
Hello @ericgphillips ,

You have already posted on this other thread :-

http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/349...

You were in the right place ; all the info you need to find and resolve your problem (including hints on how to use PSI) is in that thread . If you don't understand something ; I suggest you ask on that thread .

Hope this helps.

Take care
Anthony

EDIT : my post "crossed" with that of TiMow .

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