Does my flash need updating
Uninstallation procedures vary if you’re using a Linux distribution.
The Chrome web browser is perhaps best suited for running Adobe Flash because Chrome sandboxes the Flash player plugin, making it a bit more secure.
This time, you’ll need to download the appropriate Flash Uninstaller from Adobe.
Locate the downloaded disk image (ending with “.dmg”) and double click on it.
Click the yellow “Check Now button” and wait a few seconds.
If you’re running the latest version of Flash, you’ll be presented with a brief confirmation.
From the context menu that appears, choose “Global Settings.” You should now see the “Flash Player Settings Manager” on your screen.
Here, you won’t be notified of any vulnerabilities, or the critical updates which patch them.Back in 2010, Paul Betlem (Senior Director of Flash Engineering) attributed this move to creating a “safe experience” for everyone.If you’re not a Chrome user, or are just wondering how you can stay on top of your Flash updates, keep reading. The platform isn't required in most modern operating systems, and Adobe will eventually retire Flash.For more, see Critical Vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player.