What is the complete and exact URL web site address on adobe.com that displays the SHA1 Hash of the Digital ID of the AdobeFlashPlayer_18au_a_install.dmg file?
On July 8, 2015, adobe.com is offering for download and installation the security update Adobe FlashPlayer version 126.96.36.199.
The name of the file that contains the downloadable security update is AdobeFlashPlayer_18au_a_install.dmg.
When a user, who has downloaded the AdobeFlashPlayer_18au_a_install.dmg file, runs the Mac OSX / Terminal.app command "openssl sha1 / [path to AdobeFlashPlayer_18au_a_install.dmg file]" (without the quotation marks), the Terminal.app window shows that the SHA1 Hash of the Digital ID of the file is fe5e4d06d62249e9adac46145bf982be5cc76523.
What is the exact and complete URL address on the Adobe.com web page where all users, who have downloaded the AdobeFlashPlayer_18au_a_install.dmg file, can read the authentic SHA1 Hash of the Digital ID of the AdobeFlashPlayer_18au_a_install.dmg file to prove whether the downloaded file is an authentic Adobe file or is a fake counterfeit file?
All software manufacturers, including Adobe, Microsoft, Apple, Oracle, and others include a SHA1 Hash of the Digital ID in all of their downloaded software so that users can verify whether the downloaded file is authentic or is a counterfeit file that might contain malware.
All software manufacturers publicly publish somewhere on their web sites the SHA1 Hash of the Digital IDs of all of their downloadable software programs, including the AdobeFlashPlayer_18au_a_install.dmg file.
What is the full and complete URL address of the adobe.com web page where Adobe publicly publishes the SHA1 Hash of the Digital ID of the AdobeFlashPlayer_18au_a_install.dmg file and all other downloadable Adobe software files?