Would be nice if Adobe would fix this. Tried of getting this Trojan js/flafisi.d. Also never used flash before. But trash junk win10 forces you to use it and you can't delete it.
I'm not familiar with this trojan/virus. Did a little searching and it appears to come from a fake Flash Player notification. I'm not sure how you expect Adobe to fix an issue created by a malicious actor. Adobe does follow-up on reported threats. You're more than welcome to report the virus/trojan to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. This'll get the information to the appropriate team for follow-up.
Unfortunately, you keep getting tricked into download and installing a fake Flash Player.
Technical solutions to preventing unauthorized software installations became prevalent over the last few years, so human factors are now the easier target for attackers. Tricking someone into authorizing an installation is the path of least resistance.
Since Flash Player is ubiquitous, it's the go-to choice for a product to impersonate.
There are a few ways to avoid this situation:
Anyway, sorry that you're going through this. As Maria pointed out above, if you continue to encounter notification dialogs, please take a screenshot and copy the entire URL from the address bar, and shoot an email to one of the addresses listed above. We have a team dedicated to responding to those kinds of incidents that will be happy to pursue it.