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Flash Player has been discontinued for almost a year, so what exactly are you updating?

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You’re completely right if you were astonished to receive a notification for Flash Player updates on your phone, assuming it had died years ago. It actually died, and the “update” that’s been circulating online is essentially a scam to trick unsuspecting users into installing malware on their computers.




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