Those old versions were flagged by Secunia because they had security vulnerabilities (a nice word for bug, which is itself, a nice word for a mistake by a programmer)., this is now an important issue because the latest version of the Flash player fixes nine bugs, some of them critical (Adobe's term, not mine).Note that I did not experience this problem with prior versions of the OS (i.e. This time I went one step further and used a different default browser to locate, download and install (what I presumed was the latest version of) Flash Player. My question is, why does my default browser point to an older version of the installation software, and how can I resolve this?Also, correct me if I am wrong but, the reason I have a 'later' version of the software (that is, version 18.104.22.168) is due to the OS upgrade?I experienced a similar problem before upgrading to Mac OS X 10.9 except with different version numbers of the same software.That is, the version that was installed was greater than the version that was downloaded.
The first three machines I tried this on resulted in three different outcomes, and the software was not removed on any of the machines.
Please see here for some basic trouble shooting of Flash under firefox.
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/keep-flash-up-to-d... It isn't just browser-based Flash, its also affects all other applications that use Flash. It stays like this for a while: =141434972&filters[recent]=1&filters[public Only]=1&sort=1&o=0] What other applications use flash.
Please ensure you run the installer as an admin and also make sure it is not running from a network drive since that cases all kinds of issues. It has always been mostly a browser plugin as far as I know.
It appears you are currently using which is not fully supported by this site.