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Windows 7: bogus flash player update, how to report [pic]

29 Feb 2016   #11

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

Your screenshot in Post #1 shows an incorrect download link and a file size of 395kb for the download. It should be a lot bigger than that - mine shows 18.2Mb
bogus flash player update, how to report [pic]-adobe-flash-player.jpg
As for reporting the link/ file I'd suggest scanning with your security software or running checks on the file and URL at VirusTotal

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