This is happening to us too. We are failing on various POST requests, but not consistently (some work, some don't).
The same flash code works fine on Safari, Chrome, and IE.
It fails only with Firefox 40 on Windows and MacOS
We are developing online game.
And for our users some of the GET requests failed with 2032 error. We didn't change anything.
It started to happen after update to Flash Player 126.96.36.199 and Firefox 40 on Windows 7
No, it does not. My flash based web app is still experiencing the 2032 errors.
What's interesting is that the status code is 200, which seems to mean the server responded successfully, maybe FF barfed on parsing the response somehow (XML in this case).
I have found similar problem:
- Firefox 40
- Any flash player (tried debug and normal from 17.last to the actual)
- 10 BINARY http post request (zlib compressed JSON objects), chained (one is loaded, other is requested).
5-7 request succesful, the next returns 2032 error. If the requests are not compressed - simple JSON text request -, it works. In other browsers (tried IE and Chrome) also works. With FF 39 it works too.
I found the solution for this issue.
It is a bug in async plugin initialization in firefox since version 40
You should go to about:config
And change the property dom.ipc.plugins.asyncInit to false
It is not a solution for your users though, but could be.
The firefox team confirmed they will make a regression soon.
Yes! That works. Thanks so much!
Works me too, thank you!
We just started getting this error (2032) as well with our Flash app and the 188.8.131.52 update. We're seeing 2032 across all browsers: IE (11.x), FF (40.0.x) and Chrome. Disabling ActiveX, as suggested in other links, makes it worse. For me personally, Windows 8.1 with IE 11.0.9600 does not work, but FF 40.0.2 and Chrome 44.0.2403.155 m do work.
Has anyone successfully contacted Adobe paid support for help with this?
I'm totally stuck on where to find the about:config part. I found an About area under HELP in Firefox but no config area. I'm also getting this error across all browsers. I've cleared all caches, reinstalled Flash, refreshed Firefox... nothing worked.
You type about:config into the address bar.