Instead, Adobe has an uninstaller for the Flash player.
And why do I bring up removing old versions in the first place?
This plug-in provides what is called "Active Content," meaning it adds additional functionality to web pages for interactive or media-related capability.
These powerful applets can be embedded in web pages and provide the opportunity to access users across all operating systems, which means the software is a popular attack point for malware authors.
Note: The Firefox Software Update feature does not update installed plugins.
You can use these error codes to narrow the search results.
Some error code examples: If you are still unable to resolve your issue, you may have found a bug—a defect or flaw—in Adobe Flash Player.
How do you know if the version of Flash you have is the one that needs updating?
And how do you make sure you’re as safe as possible when updating the software, given the constant flood of problems that are being reported?