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How do I stop Adobe Flash Player Settings from this annoying pop-up from s-assets.tp-cdn.com? And how did it get on my computer?

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For windows go to control panel. Then to system and security you will see Flash listed double click on it and you can select the radio button that says "Block all sites from storing information on this computer". Then you can go to the Delete All button close to the bottom and it will delete all the data and settings already stored on your computer. I hope this helps. I found all this information on Abode's website.

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I followed your instructions ewxactly and it WORKED. Thanks a Million!!!!!

THE Saluki in Phoenix
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There is no system & security in Vista. It's system & maintenance... there is no Flash listed. :(
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Thank You Ronald.....That
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Thank you Ronald. That was the only solution that worked for me. David S.
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To block the Flash Player pop ups, ensure you update the Flash Player by clicking on "Install Now" when the update window pops up. Then follow the wizard to finish the updates. Restart your browser to have the updates take place. Check out http://techtips.salon.com/stop-flash-player-pop-ups-2925.html.

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The link shown no longer exists. Tried your procedure and it doesn't do anything. However, Ronalds worked (Thanks anyway Rockin V.) :(
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Thank you Ronald this was very helpful. It worked wonders for me, I was so frustrated with that popup!!! Great post! Thanks again!

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Well, to stop it popping up, the most efficient way is to reinstall the browser. If you need any help to restore the infected browser, you are welcome to contact Doofix.com Experts.

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I have a popup tthat says Updateflashplayer and a series of numbers, it is a trojan bot and removing it and/or stopping it from popping up seems to be a bear. I ran windows security, windows offline security, malwarebytes and cccleaner - several times each. Reset Explorer also . Some suggest it was allowed in because I use firefox. Seems that all of the above has stopped it for the moment. Is this a similar issue to above? And if anyone has suggestions on how to stop it or get rid of it, I'm all ears.

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