installing upadated Flash player .rpm in SUSE linux 12 sp2, no valid signature checksum

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Aug 22, 2017 Aug 22, 2017

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When installing the upgraded flash player .rpm from SLED SUSE linux desktop version 12 sp 2,  it indicates that the software is broken, since the .rpm is unsigned. Please sign a fresh copy of the software with the properly recognized signature, so that I may install the upgrade safely on my system.

Please note, that I do not want to install broken software or in the worst case malware [anti-malware software only 25% effective] with all of the zero day malware on the internet. If it was previously properly signed, some hacker could have slipped a malware infected copy on your system. It is very important to use a secure signing system which is included with the .rpm system in SUSE linux.

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The error message is listed below:

Broken package
Error: INVALID:flash-plugin- (file-080ee4d5): Signature verification failed [6-File
is unsigned]
Header SHA1 digest: OK (ced67ec8bfb336ac2fc845319610b2cdcf130ec3)
MD5 digest: OK (40a64151a1c2d0f926b798f56a8910c3)
Package is not signed!

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