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Jan 19, 2021 Jan 19, 2021

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Ho un programma che autogenerava delle domande per un test. Sul mio pc funziona ancora (forse perche ho ancora una versione vecchia di adobe flash player) strasferendo tutta la cartella zippata sul computer della mia collega,dopo aver estratto tutti i componenti,non si apre e mi compare l'icona di flash player con la i di info. La mia domanda è: riesco in qualche modo a far funzionare il programma anche su quel computer o avendo "chiuso" flash player non ho più modo di farlo partire?

Su entrambi i PC ho windows 10.

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Adobe Employee , Jan 27, 2021 Jan 27, 2021
Flash Player has reached it's end of life.  It is no longer maintained from a functional or security perspective, and we strongly recommend that you uninstall it.  Like your browser and operating system, Flash Player is one of the few programs on your computer tasked with processing untrusted content from the Internet.  Much of the day-to-day work on Flash Player revolved around staying ahead of the latest academic research on software security and intelligence from government and industry partn...

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Flash Player has reached it's end of life.  It is no longer maintained from a functional or security perspective, and we strongly recommend that you uninstall it.  Like your browser and operating system, Flash Player is one of the few programs on your computer tasked with processing untrusted content from the Internet.  Much of the day-to-day work on Flash Player revolved around staying ahead of the latest academic research on software security and intelligence from government and industry partners about attacks in the field. 

 

That work is no longer happening, and it's a matter of time before exploits being to be targeted against users running unpatched versions of Flash.  

 

We announced that Flash Player would be ending back in 2017, to give software developers and content providers plenty of time to migrate to newer technologies.  Our strong recommendation would be to either find an updated version of the software you're using, or to find a replacement. 

 

That said, you *can* use the Enterprise Enablement features to allow only the trusted content you specify to run on your computer.  After Jan 12 2021, Flash Player will only load content that you have explicitly allowed. 

 

You can find more information on using Enterprise Enablement in the Flash Player Administrator's Guide (pp. 28): 

https://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplayer/articles/flash_player_admin_guide.html

 

Again, it's probably easier and better to migrate to a new tool that doesn't depend on Flash. 

 

For your convenience, here are links to the uninstallers: 

 

Uninstall Flash Player - Windows:
https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/uninstall-flash-player-windows.html

 

Uninstall Flash Player - Mac:
https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/uninstall-flash-player-mac-os.html

 

Microsoft Update for Removal of Flash Player for IE and Edge on Windows 8 and higher

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4577586/update-for-removal-of-adobe-flash-player 

 

 

 

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