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Windows 7: Browser redirected to get "Critical Update for Adobe Flash"

07 Apr 2014   #11
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit SP1

I have Adobe set to notify me when there is a new update. It opens a box before I go on the Internet, asking if I want to 'update now or later'. It will then go to it's servers if I click for the update download.

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 Browser redirected to get "Critical Update for Adobe Flash"

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