Those old versions were flagged by Secunia because they had security vulnerabilities (a nice word for bug, which is itself, a nice word for a mistake by a programmer).
As I , this is now an important issue because the latest version of the Flash player fixes nine bugs, some of them critical (Adobe's term, not mine).
Without this update, Help functionality from within the product will not work.
I tried downloading Flash Player 9..went through the whole install process - said it was sucessful.
The update also contains fixes to some critical bugs.
This update will not install Toolkit for Create JS 1.1 automatically.
Go to Macintosh HD /Library/Applications Support folder (See Screenshot Below) and drag the Smilebox file to the Trash Can 5.
Installing a new version of software should be trivial thing--especially for popular software such as the Adobe Systems' Flash player, which is used by millions of people every day. For one, the Flash player does not play well with the other kids in the sandbox.
Because the Flash installer has never removed older versions of the program.
The first time I ran the Secunia Software Inspector I almost fell off my chair at the huge list of old versions of the Flash player that were hanging around.