Are you getting warning messages saying:
“WARNING! Current version of Adobe Flash Player is outdated! Your computer is vulnerable to malware. Update your Adobe Flash Player now.”
If that is the case, you might have some potentially unwanted software on your machine, typically adware. I got lots of these “Adobe Flash Player is Outdated” messages while I was testing a download on my lab machine, a download that I new bundled lots of software. I was using Mozilla Firefox, but I think these warning can appear if you are browsing with Google Chrome or Microsoft Internet Explorer as well.
And obviously, these “Flash Player is outdated” messages are just fake. When clicking on the OK button, you will get a download that is detected by many of the anti-virus programs. If you want to download or update the Flash Player. Go to the official Adobe site. Trust nothing else for Flash downloads.
The “Current version of Adobe Flash Player is outdated” warning messages appears to be hosted on a web site called update-for-pc-1024.com. Did you also see the warning message on this site?
So, if you’d like to get rid of these warning messages, and you have some adware on your machine like me, you need to gets your hands dirty. I had lots of them. Salus, MyBestOffers, WordProser, PriceHorse, etc, etc. Some of them could be uninstalled from the Windows Control Panel, but there remained some processes running. To deal with those, I’d recommend a scan with the freeware tool FreeFixer that I’m developing.
Thank you for reading. Hope this helped you with the removal.