I'm not having any trouble, I couldn't find a way to e-mail Adobe so I chose this option.
I don't want to click on this e-mail so I did a couple screen shots to show the whole e-mail (except for my personal info), and trashed it. While this looks convincing it was sent to an e-mail address I never have registered with Adobe. This is not how I receive update info, and my Flash Player is up to date. Very sketchy.
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Thanks for the notification.
If you could forward that with the headers intact (e.g. as an attachment, if you're using Outlook) to phishing at adobe dot com, we have a dedicated team that will gladly follow up on it.