Give me the new NPSWF32.dll

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Well, Adobe, we have a problem.
I have the Adobe Master Collection CS4, and when I did my last scan with Kaspersky I found out 2 VERY DANGEROUR virus called NPSWF32.dll and Adobe AIR.dll
I saw at another posts that you need to upload, etc, etc...
But can you just give me the new version of NPSWF32.dll?
Please, I need it. ;D
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Lucas Alex

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Posted 6 years ago

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Matthew Laun, Employee

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I believe this is related to issues documented in this alert:
http://www.adobe.com/support/security...

The DLLs aren't distributed independently, but you can get them by updating the Flash Player and Adobe AIR via the links on that page. Just replacing the DLLs themselves is not a good idea for a few reasons, one is that there may be other updates in the software in other files that need to be updated in tandem. Also, later updates may not install correctly, depending on their update mechanisms.

Cheers!
Matt
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I have manually installed the latest Flash Player, the NPSWF32.DLL's are NOT updated. The NPSWF32.DLL are installed under Adobe Elements 6, which says that I have the latest version. Secunia PSI states that the NPSWF32.DLL's are insecure (General Plugins for Flash Player Version 10.0.22.87.) What do I do now??
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I, too, have the same problem, except mine is with Premier Elements 4.0.
I have unistalled/reinstalled Flash Player.

Scanners are pointing to the module here:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements 4.0\Browser\plugins\NPSWF32.dll

What can be done to clean-up this exposure?
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I, too, have the same problem, except mine is with Premier Elements 4.0.
I have unistalled/reinstalled Flash Player.

Scanners are pointing to the module here:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements 4.0\Browser\plugins\NPSWF32.dll

What can be done to clean-up this exposure?
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I know this was a while ago (9-Months),
but the real answer was never posted.

You need to install the Non-AX version,
as opposed to the regular version.

The Micro$haft Non-IE (Non-AX) version
Installs the newer NPSWF32.DLL file.

Win-ME Example:

Works For IE-6 SP-1 (AX Version):
http://download.macromedia.com/pub/fl...

Works For FireFox V2.0.0.20 (Non-AX):
http://download.macromedia.com/pub/fl...

Go here IN FIREFOX and it will install the correct version
and update the NPSWF32.DLL file you need updating.

http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
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raphael.n.r.76

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I have a problem downloading Adobe Flash Player for Internet Explorer in Windows 7 Premium 32 bits.
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Carey Burgess, Customer Advocate

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Raphael,

Sorry to hear of your issue. You can use these resources to help you resolve the issue: Flash Player: http://adobe.ly/FPSupport

This is probably the most relevant article: http://adobe.ly/KB19166

If you continue to have issues, I highly recommend that you bring your issue to the Flash Player forum: http://adobe.ly/mV3FUR