Steve Jobs said Flash caused poor performance, impacted battery life and had 'abysmal security'.
Last week, Facebook's chief security officer Alex Stamon tweeted: 'It is time for Adobe to announce the end-of-life date for Flash' (pictured)Sony SRS-XB40 has a built-in multi-coloured line light, speaker lights and a flashing strobe.
Flash Player displays content created with Flash Professional CS5. No indication whatsoever as to which plugin is needed.
This content includes web applications, website user interfaces, interactive online advertising, and rich Internet applications (RIAs) created using Flex. I don't care whether it's fashionable or not, I just need to be able to view the site.
It explains: 'Flash Player Plugin has been blocked for your protection.
Old versions of the Flash Player plugin are potentially insecure and unstable' (pictured)Security researchers are advising people that 'due to the serious nature of this vulnerability and the likely risk of its use in cyberattacks in the coming days, we recommend users disable Adobe Flash Player in their browsers until the issue is patched.'Apple has not supported Flash on its i OS software since 2010.
On Firefox, updating the vulnerable Shockwave Flash plugin takes users to a blocked plugin page.
in your Firefox address bar, and search for flash player. Does it say "You have version 11,2,202,424 installed" or "11,2,202,425"? For some reason Firefox seems to mis-detect what version is installed.
Go to Adobe's flash version tester (clicking "Activate Adobe Flash"), and look at what version it says you have.
Then do: sudo apt install browser-plugin-freshplayer-pepperflash .
If you get any message of a missing file or any error message, go to , select "adobe-flashplugin" 32 or 64-bit deb package and select to open it with "software install(default)".