Adobe sets the deadline for Flash Player support to expire
Adobe sets the deadline for Flash Player support to expire

Adobe announced in late July 2017 that it will discontinue support for Flash Player by the end of 2020. Today, the company announces the end date of support.

The company said in an article: (Flash Player) The support end date is December 31, 2020. After that date, Adobe will not release security updates or patches for the software. Users will be prompted to uninstall the front drive on this date.

In addition, Adobe deletes all archives of previous versions of Flash Player from its official website and prevents Flash content from playing. The company also requires users who have installed Flash Player on their devices to uninstall it before the expiration date.

It is worth noting that Flash Support was announced over 3 years ago. This marks the end of the era of programs that helped make online video available to the public in the early days of the Internet. Because of frequent updates and content. And frustration has frustrated people for nearly two decades. Defects and gaps.

With consumers increasing their use of Flash software, more and more hackers have found ways to exploit vulnerabilities and infiltrate users ’computers. The cause of frustration.

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