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and then it displays helpful message: The Adobe site auto-detects that I’m running Windows 10 and helpfully redirects me to a page that tells me I “do not need to install Flash Player,” after the previous page had explained that my Flash Version is “not installed.” And just to be safe, they won’t even let me to install it.
They also suggest checking whether the Flash Player is enabled, and sure enough my “Not installed” Flash player is “enabled”: In Edge, you can even see the contradictory messages at the same time, by popping up the Advanced Settings sidebar.
The malicious web pagewill display a pop-up box stating that you need to updated or install Flash Player or Java to view a video.Step 1: Open Internet Explorer browser, click the small Tools (Gear icon) located upper-right of the browser (just below the caption buttons) and then click Manage add-ons option to open Manage Add-ons dialog.Step 2: Here, in the left-pane, click Toolbars and Extensions to view all installed Toolbars and Extensions on the right-side.The fake update Flash Player or Java pop-up ads are caused by an ad-supported extension for Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome, which is distributed through various monetization platforms during installation.This malicious browser extensions is typically added when you install another free software (video recording, download-managers or PDF creators) that had bundled into their installation this adware program.
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