Flash player needs updating
Adobe Flash is a plug-in used by browsers such as Internet Explorer and Google Chrome to play video content.
It runs in the background of your computer, so there’s a high chance you are using it without realising. Security website Fire Eye discovered hackers were targeting vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player called CVE-2015-3113.
Also, because Flash Player was designed for desktop computers, it's not very good at displaying content on mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets.
Some mobile browsers, including Safari for i OS, can't even use Flash Player.
If you do go to Adobe to download Flash, make sure to uncheck any Optional Offers you are presented with.
Some misleading advertisements are cleverly disguised as warning messages, but they won't actually take you to an update page.Adobe Flash Player is installed on most computers to allow video content to be displayed in browsers.It’s critical to keep it updated, but important not to install a fake update. It seems like every other week we read about vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player that require an update.If you're using a browser like Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, you'll probably need to update your plug-ins manually.Flash Player can also have a significant impact on loading time for many websites.