Here is the issue.
I have Windows 8.0. Flash runs fine on the Internet Explorer - no problem.
But I have a third party software company (Family Tree Maker v. 2014) which has a flash .exe file that is outdated and causes a vulnerability (per Kaspersky).
The version of flash embedded in the program is Adobe Flash Player 10.1 r52. The file name is "Tutorial_PC.exe" and is 6,311 KB. Under file properties under the Details it states the file version as 10.1.52.14 (also it is the same for Product version). I also see the original file name as "SAFlashPlayer.exe".
A Date Modified is 8/5/2011.
Is there not an updated developer version of flash that is secure and doesn't produce vulnerability flags which either I can exchange with this version or Family Tree Maker can rebuild their new software with?
I also see the original file name as "SAFlashPlayer.exe".
Could it be the standalone Flash Player (Projector)? Does it play local .swf files?
If so, you can download the latest version from https://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html
If indeed your SAFlashPlayer.exe is associated with .swf files, then you need to change the file association to the newly downloaded standalone player.