A few days ago I updated Flash Player on all my computers.
Today upon bowsing on a web server which wasn't apparently using any Flash content
There is no mention of which version this update is talking of.
At the same time the low grade dvertising in the midde make me think to the typical adware
which try to catch us upon browsing on commercial web servers.
I tend to think this is one more fake Flash Updater.
How may I identify if this installer is a real or a fake one?
How may I quickly see the version this installer is speaking of?
How may I identify from which source is coming this spurting window?
An updated version of Flash Player was released two days ago: 18.104.22.168.
However, I don't know how to identify fake update notifications.
Best way to avoid fake updates is to manually download the update from the Adobe or Macromedia website: http://download.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/current/support/install_flash_player_osx.dm g - this link always contains the latest available installer.
Is there an easy way for a normal user to at least see that the spurting window is about the
Is this the normal level of reference to security information in this spurting window?
How may I know that the official update you referenced is about the 22.214.171.124 version?