I keep getting this info on my Facebook page, "Adobe released a new version of Flash Player that patches 18 vulnerabilities, all of which can result in remote code execution attacks. https://kas.pr/zW6b" but when I check I find, according to the Adobe site that I have the current version and they offer no patches. The current version was installed on my PC back in 2013. Is this info valid or is someone spoofing Adobe?
I wouldn't click on the notification, kas.pr is not an Adobe Domain (and .pr is for Puerto Rico). I'll forward this to our legal/fraud department for followup. However, Adobe did release a new version of Flash Player yesterday, version 126.96.36.199. If the version of Flash Player that you have installed was installed in 2013 it is woefully out-of-date as we release new versions monthly. Please go to https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer to download and install the latest version.
That links redirects to https://threatpost.com/flash-player-update-patches-18-remote-code-execution-flaws/116707/ which is a valid Kaspersky article.
If you're using Chrome browser it will have the latest version because Google embeds Flash Player in Chrome and all updates are released by Chrome, which may indicate why you're getting a message that you have the latest version installed. If you're using a different browser, please go to helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html and click the Check Now button. Post a screenshot (see The specified item was not found.) of the system information results.