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Every second Tuesday of each month Microsoft rolls out a new series of updates and patches for Windows and their various products and technologies, and to coincide with this, Adobe, the makers of Adobe Flash Player also publish updates for the popular Flash Player plugin for web browsers on the same day. It's important to remember to update your Flash Player along with your normal Windows Updates/Microsoft Updates because the bad guys love to exploit vulnerabilities in Flash Player and other browser plugins, especially since such vulnerabilities are typically operating system and sometimes ev
What is Adobe Flash TSS? The Malwarebytes research team has determined that Adobe Flash TSS is a Tech Support Scam. These so-called "Tech Support Scammers" try to trick you into calling their phone number for various reasons, all of which turn out to be fraudulent in the end. How do I know if my computer is affected by Adobe Flash TSS? You will see this screen as soon as the executable is run: and this screen if you click on the highlight part of the blue bar, marked "Security": How did Adobe Flash TSS get on my computer? Tech Support Scammers
Hello MBAM forums! Today (A little over an hour ago, 3:00 PM EST), I came back from doing some work outside, and when my computer screensaver goes away, theres a message from my firewall (PC Tools Firewall), saying that Adobe Flash Player Installer/Uninstaller 14.0 r0 wants to access the internet. Having not done anything like this before, I click "details". Seemed legitimate enough. After clicking "Accept", I googled it. Apparently someone on bleepingcomputer downloaded it the same way, firewall asked and then accept, and later on he got a Trojan, Zeroacess.exe. I decided to run a few scans
I am having a problem with Adobe Flash Player with Internet Explorer 11. The problem is that whenever I visit a website that has content that needs the flash player in order to work, Internet Explorer asks me if it is okay to run the content. When I click "Allow", the page refreshes and I am asked again. I do not understand why it behaves this way because I have all Adobe plugins for Internet Explorer activated. To see the problem that I am having in action, watch this video.