This repo is updated with the latest flash release already. If i' m not mistaken Adobe has stopped upgrading the version of Flash for Linux, but keeps supplying security support.
Negativo is an alternative Fedora epository like rpmfusion is. This sticky reference will give a lot of answers of how to manage Flash for your system: https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/ques...
These powerful applets can be embedded in web pages and provide the opportunity to access users across all operating systems, which means the software is a popular attack point for malware authors.
For instance, it has been known for some time now that Java is not particularly safe, and the list of open issues does not seem to be decreasing.
How do you know if the version of Flash you have is the one that needs updating?However, you'll still need to update your Flash player using the instructions below. Open your AOL Desktop Software web browser and navigate to https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/. In the top drop-down menu, select your computer's operating system. Double click on the Flash player install file (.exe) to start the installation.Note: If you receive a Windows security warning based on your Operating System settings, please approve the installation.Sometimes these come with your browser automatically, but sometimes you have to add them.When it comes to plug-ins, it can be hard to know what you have installed or what version you have.
Search for updating flashplayer:
And how do you make sure you’re as safe as possible when updating the software, given the constant flood of problems that are being reported?