Ensure that you have the latest version of Flash Player installed by clicking here to check the version you have installed and the latest shipping version for each platform.
The first public release of Flash Player 10.2 is version 10.2.152. For uninstallation instructions, visit Reporting Bugs Found a bug?
Please send the detailed bug information via the online Adobe Bug and Issue Management System.
Chrome uses a bundled version of Flash player that is sandboxed and automatically updates along with Chrome itself. And that’s the problem, because users or update the plugin manually themselves, both followed by a relaunch of the Safari browser app, to resolve the message in Safari, otherwise it will continue to appear, putting them into a seemingly endless loop of updates that never happen.
Two important notes: if you have selectively blocked or enabled Flash for particular websites you may need to adjust that list in order for Flash to load as intended, similarly if you use a plugin like Click To Flash in Safari you may want to disable that temporarily beforehand while you update Flash.
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The Adobe Flash Player 10.2 no longer supports Microsoft Windows 2000 and Macintosh Power PC-based computers.
This happens because the Mac will intentionally disable the Flash player plugin when it has become outdated, preventing any potential security breaches from occurring.
As you probably guessed, this just means you need to update the Adobe Flash Player plugin to the latest version, but many users have done just that (or think they have) and still find the “Flash out-of-date” message appearing all over Safari and around the web.Thank you for using Adobe Flash Player and for taking the time to send us your feedback!Mac users who primarily browse the web with Safari will eventually notice the “Flash out-of-date” message appearing somewhere in the browser.Many mac users continuously face issues with Adobe Flash Plugin.This is because the Adobe Flash Plugin goes out of date, when an update is pushed by Adobe and specially Safari blocks the sites that require’s Adobe Flash to run.If you are using Chrome, then you don’t need to update Flash Player as it is built into Chrome.