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When I download the current Adobe flash player installer from the Adobe website using Safari 6.0.1 under OSX 10.8.2, I end up with a file named 'install_flash_player_osx.dmg.mdlp' in my downloads folder. I am curious as to why the .mdlp extension is being added to the disk image containing the flash player installer, which has always terminated with the .dmg extension in the past.
The only program which uses the .mdlp extension that I am aware of is matlab; matlab is installed on this machine and it is the program the OS would like to use to open the file. I have not seen OSX, or any component thereof, replace or append file extensions in the past and I am able to download .dmg files from other websites without this phenomenon occurring.
You will be prompted if you really want to run the "Install Adobe Flash Player" program. Read the prompt carefully to ensure that you are actually running the file you just downloaded. Check the file name and the date and time it was downloaded. When you are ready, click the "Open" button.
Either of the first two options presented is fine. The first one ("Allow Adobe to install updates") means that any newer versions of Flash will automatically download and install themselves.
Some users may be a bit hesitant about letting software automatically download new versions and install themselves, so they may instead choose "Notify me to install updates". In this case, Flash Player will still check for updates to itself so that you still are aware that there is a new version, but it won't automatically install the updates; you will be prompted to easily download and install it with your consent.
However, the other key reason why Adobe ended support for Flash may have been because of the abundance of fake Flash Player downloads that had become one of the most common ways for harmful code to arrive on Macs.
Keep in mind that uninstalling the Flash plugin from the Mac does not effect sandboxed Flash Player plugins like what is implemented in the Google Chrome web browser. However, this removal process does uninstall Flash from Safari, Firefox, old versions of Chrome, and throughout Mac OS X in general. The way that Chrome handles Flash through a sandboxed plugin within the app is fairly safe, plus it automatically updates, so it makes it perhaps an ideal way to keep Flash around on a Mac if you do need to occasionally use the plugin or player for various websites. Users of Chrome can also choose to selectively allow Flash to run only when allowed by using the excellent Click-To-Play feature that is built into modern versions of the Google web browser.
The advantage is that webserver logs show that no flash is installed when I visit a site, and higher traffic like that will help encourage use of HTML5 alternatives to flash. Since ClickToFlash reports itself as a flash-compatible player, that will not have the same effect.
PPAPI is the Pepper Plugin API within Google Chromium that allows plugins to interact with the browser. As Google Chrome has Adobe Flash Player built-in, a separate Flash installer is not necessary. The new PPAPI plugin installer will allow Opera and Chromium-based applications to use Flash Player. Its presence on the enterprise distribution page also means that PPAPI Flash Player is now available for licensed distribution. While the usefulness of the PPAPI installer might be limited to most, its ability to be distributed could be very important to some developers. The plugin and content debugger has previously been available on the Developer downloads page of the Adobe Flash Player Support Center.
This newly re-engineered malware purports to be a legitimate Flash Player installer, but it has the capability to surreptitiously download and install additional unwanted packages containing adware or spyware.
The company behind this malware has chosen a rather generic name for itself, FlashDownloader, and they claim in their license.txt file that you can contact them at [email protected] The domain flashdownloader[.]pro was registered on June 8, 2020, just days before the malware was first observed in the wild.
Freeware programs can be downloaded used free of charge and without any time limitations. Freeware products can be used free of charge for both personal and professional (commercial use).
This license is commonly used for video games and it allows users to download and play the game for free. Basically, a product is offered Free to Play (Freemium) and the user can decide if he wants to pay the money (Premium) for additional features, services, virtual or physical goods that expand the functionality of the game. In some cases, ads may be show to the users.
This software is no longer available for the download. This could be due to the program being discontinued, having a security issue or for other reasons.
The versatility of Adobe Flash player for Mac is second to none, with animations that can incorporate both text and vector graphics. These animations typically do not take up large amounts of disk space and the contents of Flash animations can also be compressed to reduce their file sizes further.
VLC Media Player is available on several popular platforms. This free and awesome player is readily available for Apple computer users. The software is freely available for Mac OS X systems. Different versions of the player is required for a different Mac OS X version and the VideoLAN team has got it covered. Read the instructions below to understand how you will be able to install VLC in your Mac.
You will also see two web browser plugin download links. Those are for playing/streaming videos straight from your browser. The plugins are available for Intel Mac and Power Mac users. They require the OS X version to be 10.5 or lower.
Echofon 1.5 (current branch for PowerPC) _1.5.dmg (Mac OS X PowerPC/Intel 10.5.8): Digital Signature AUG 18 2011 Firefox 10.0.2 (current branch for Intel) -US/Firefox%2010.0.2.dmg (for PowerPC download 3.6.27 -US/Firefox%203.6.27.dmg or select the correct version of TenFourFox 10.0.2 below) (Mac OS X Intel 10.5-10.7.2): Digital Signature FEB 16 2012 Firefox 9.0.1 (old branch for Intel) -US/Firefox%209.0.1.dmg (for PowerPC download 3.6.26 -US/Firefox%203.6.27.dmg or select the correct version of TenFourFox 10.0.2 below) (Mac OS X Intel 10.5-10.7.2): Digital Signature DEC 20 2011 Firefox 3.6.28 (current branch for Intel and PowerPC) -US/Firefox%203.6.28.dmg (Mac OS X PowerPC/Intel 10.4.11-10.6.8): Digital Signature MAR 06 2012 Firefox 22.214.171.124 (old branch for PowerPC) -US/Firefox%126.96.36.199.dmg (outdated, I highly recommend Camino 1.6.11 =camino-1.6.11&os=osx&lang=en-US on Mac OS X Panther 10.3.9 machines) (Mac OS X PowerPC 10.3.9): Digital Signature DEC 17 2008 Google Earth 188.8.131.5201 (current branch for Intel) (Mac OS X Intel): Digital Signature DEC 05 2011
MPlayer OS X 2 B6 (old branch for PowerPC) (Mac OS X PowerPC 10.4.11 & 10.3.9): Digital Signature DEC 12 2004) (the most current available media player for Mac OS X Panther 10.3, Quicktime and VLC fail to properly play .avi files, still works in 2012!) (on old G3 machines, if the video seems choppy or there is a lag between video/narration, go into settings and set to drop frames on old machines. The newest MPlayer for Tiger is too slow on G3!) NeoOffice 2.2.5 -2.2.5-PowerPC.dmg (the most current office suite available for Mac OS X Panther 10.3.9, can open and edit Office 2007 Open XML files!) (Mac OS X PowerPC 10.3.9): Digital Signature Open XML File Format Converter for Mac 1.1.8 -5802-4CF8-914F-77A243907E2B%2fOpenXMLConverter118.dmg (Mac OS X PowerPC/Intel 10.5 & 10.6-10.7.2): Digital Signature DEC 08 2010 (allows Office 2004 for Mac to open Office 2008+ files)
SeaMonkey 2.0.14 (current branch for PowerPC) -US/SeaMonkey%202.0.14.dmg (Mac OS X PowerPC 10.4.11-10.5.8): Digital Signature APR 28 2011 SeaMonkey 1.1.18 (old branch for PowerPC) -1.1.18.en-US.mac.dmg (Mac OS X PowerPC 10.3.9): Digital Signature JAN 02 2011 The final release, SeaMonkey 1.1.19 is buggy and crashes upon start, do not download!
VideoLAN VLC Media Player 0.7.0 (old branch for PowerPC) -0.7.0.dmg (Mac OS X PowerPC 10.1): Digital Signature DEC 04 2005 Vuze 184.108.40.206 (formerly Azureus) (current branch for PowerPC) _4702/Vuze_4702_macosx.dmg?r=&ts=1321833716&use_mirror=superb-dca2 (tested and works flawlessly under 10.4.11)(crashes on G3, download 220.127.116.11 below for G3 machines) (Mac OS X PowerPC/Intel 10.4 and 10.5): Digital Signature DEC 22 2011 Vuze Azureus 18.104.22.168 (old branch for PowerPC) _obsolete/vuze-22.214.171.124/Vuze_126.96.36.199a_macosx.dmg?r=http%3A%2F%2Fsourceforge.net%2Fprojects%2Fazureus%2Ffiles%2Fx_obsolete%2Fvuze-188.8.131.52%2F&ts=1329691546&use_mirror=iweb (Mac OS X PowerPC 10.4.11): Digital Signature SEP 03 2009 (Final version that runs on G3 Tiger 10.4.11, newer versions crash immediately after starting) (after installing, immediately go into Tools > Options > Interface > Start and disable all options!!!) (if you do not do this, it will start downloading the new version, install it and then crash!) Vuze Azureus 184.108.40.206 (old branch for PowerPC) _obsolete/azureus-220.127.116.11/Azureus_18.104.22.168_OSX.dmg/download (Mac OS X PowerPC 10.3.9): Digital Signature JAN 24 2007
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