Seeing this message means that the version of the Flash Player plug-in on your computer does not include the latest security updates and is blocked.
To continue using Adobe Flash Player, you will need to download an update from Adobe.
This is the most secure way to update Flash Player.
Adobe Flash has caused many problems in the past, with critical vulnerabilities being exposed right after the company releases security updates.
For the safety and security of your computer system, and also for the stability of web content you encounter that requires Adobe Flash Player, it is always best to update Flash Player to keep your installation current.when I click X at the top right, it doesn't close and I have to close it via Task Manager. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/keep-flash-up-to-d... Firefox should be able to instal flash as a standalone. The solution is actually buried in one of the above answers. Chrome has its own built in version of Flash(it should work right away without any extra installations).Hi all, I have been having trouble trying to install Adobe Flash Player on my new computer lately. Nowhere else does it tell you to download the installer directly. Firefox should be able to instal flash as a standalone.The download works fine, the installer runs but after allowing the installer to modify my computer the installer just displays a grey window with no text or anything. Please see here for some basic trouble shooting of Flash under firefox. Chrome has its own built in version of Flash(it should work right away without any extra installations).