Adobe Flash Player V22.0.0.192

  • 16 June 2016
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I am using Windows 7 Home Premium & Webroot Internet security.
I am unable to install the new emergency update released today to fix a critical zero day exploit in Adobe Flash Player.
When I try to download the new version V22.0.0.192  Webroot blocks the install. I turned off Webroot and installed and now it shows my system as infected with viruses and w32. trojan. gen. I have tried both installers for Internet Explorer and also the plugin for Google Chrome, both get infections detected by Webrroot , They have definately been downloaded from the genuine site. I have unistalled and webroot has cleaned and removed the threats. Please advise.
Has anyone successfully installed this new version with Webroot ?

Best answer by Petrovic 16 June 2016, 17:44

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Userlevel 4
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Resolved the issue. When I redownloaded from the links provided all installed ok with no issues.
Thankyou for your help.
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Windows, Chromium-based browsers - PPAPI

Windows, Firefox, Safari, Opera - NPAPI

It`s safe files
Userlevel 7
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Not tried yet. I always use Firefox's Add-Ons Plugin check and Secunia PSI to check for updates and both are still showing as being the latest version. When they show, I will update internally via one or the other and have never had a problem that way. It also avoids having to be careful to uncheck any PUAs that Adobe try to bundle if  you use their own download.
Userlevel 4
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Has anyone installed this new version without any problems ?
Userlevel 7
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Hello and Welcome to the Webroot Community Forums!
The best thing to do is to Submit a ticket and ask Webroot Support to take a look this for you.  There is no charge for this if you are a WSA license holder, with a current subscription.

recent version of Adobe Flash Player: