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Posté le: Lun 20 Nov - 12:53 (2017) Sujet du message: Should a Flash Player installer image ever appear automatica
I'm running Mac OS 10.10.3, Chrome 43, Safari 8.0.6. I have Creative Cloud installed, and have Acrobat Pro, PS, Illustrator and some other tools installed. (Recently updated those to CC 2015, but not until after this situation arose.)
Flash Player is installed. says that I've got the latest on both Chrome and Safari. Which makes sense, as I had believed that Flash Player auto-updates itself. I have consciously permitted it to auto-update.
But, I know that the 'Flash Player' identity is often used to induce people to install software they shouldn't install. I had believed that most of those risks were related to web-pages prompting downloads.
And so, when a disk image recently appeared on my Mac, seemingly encouraging me to run the installer inside it, I'm worried, because it doesn't fit what I had heard about either safe or explicitly unsafe options. The disk image mounted itself without any involvement from me: I didn't request a download, and there were no dialogs asking if an update would be OK. It's called - logically enough - "Flash Player", and contains a file called "Install Adobe Flash Player". It first happened two weeks or so ago, and then again several days ago (June 24, my time). The first time, I simply closed the image. The second time, I grabbed a screen-capture at the time of what appeared:
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.