A security risk to your current Flash Player has been detected, and it is strongly recommended that you update your version of Adobe Flash.
We’re just going to keep sending you reminders, you know.
How do you even HAVE Internet Explorer on your computer?
Please update both browsers before you update Adobe Flash. That play where the two guys wait around forever for their friend?
It’s also out of date, and won’t be able to handle the latest version of Adobe Flash.
Look, now you’re going to have to update your Chrome browser, too. That, in itself, says something about your tech savvy.
More so than other browsers, Google Chrome is particularly susceptible to a specific but not uncommon situation in which it simply will not coexist peacefully with Adobe Flash—frequent slow downs and annoying crashes are common as a result.
Please update your browser before updating Adobe Flash.
It began this chore back in September 2016 with Chrome 53, and by Chrome 56, Flash has been disabled for all users by default.
You'll need to manually enable Flash if you wish to use it.
Adobe is aware of reports that CVE-2013-0643 and CVE-2013-0648 are being exploited in the wild in targeted attacks designed to trick the user into clicking a link which directs to a website serving malicious Flash (SWF) content.
The exploit for CVE-2013-0643 and CVE-2013-0648 is designed to target the Firefox browser.