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please paste the code you are using, FlashPlayer is FlashPlayer, regardless of platform, it's more likely a 'browser' issue. also, usually it's IE that has the problems, perhaps it's your embedding script in the HTML, only using the <embed> tag (IE only) and not the necessary <object> tags. (however you should use swfobject.js)
Your answer might reside in the html parameter name="allowScriptAccess" If the value is set to "sameDomain". it shouldn't allow the getURL function to retrive sites outside of your Web site.
Turns out that the script will only work using Test Movie. Running it from IE makes it not work at all, and running in in Flash Player brings up a message saying that the flash player prevented the app from accessing the internet, and that I needed to do something in the Settings to fix it, which I couldn't figure out, and neither should my audience.
I've seen this problem when viewing the published files while they are running locally or on a network drive. Try publishing them (or copy and paste them) to a web server.