I want to update my Adobe Reader from version 6 to the most current version 9(?). I'm installing program/add-on through the Adobe website, but when I click to download, Mozilla Firefox is preventing the following add-on http://platformdl.adobe.com/NOS/getPlusPlus/1.6/gp.xpi. Firefox verifies that the add-on is being sent by Adobe Incorporated, but I'm afraid to allow it without knowing for sure that if it is 100% legitimate or safe. I recently brought back 2 PCs from the dead (1 running XP, the other running Vista) because of a serious Malware attack. I've always been cautious with what I download and I use the paid AVG 9.0 edition, and I have no idea how this thing got through, but it was a nightmare. Adobes recent security issues haven't been very assuring either. Anyway, is it OK for me to install this add-on for the updated Adobe Reader? Thanks in advance, your input is greatly appreciated.
Your best resort:
This will enable you to download the latest version. Old versions will be removed, I believe, automatically. (At least that is the case for installing the latest Adobe Acrobat Pro software).