'WARNING! Your Flash Player May Be Out Of Date. Please Upgrade To Continue' Pop-up

'WARNING! Your Flash Player May Be Out Of Date. Please Upgrade To Continue' Pop-up Description

'WARNING! Your Flash Player May Be Out Of Date. Please Upgrade To Continue' Pop-up is a tricky pop-up message that may be used to install various potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) and adware on a PC. 'WARNING! Your Flash Player May Be Out Of Date. Please Upgrade To Continue' Pop-up may also indicate that the PC has been already infected with security threats such as adware or PUPs. The misleading 'WARNING! Your Flash Player May Be Out Of Date. Please Upgrade To Continue' Pop-up may declare that Flash Player may be out of date and offer a computer user to upgrade to the latest version of a Flash Player. If a PC user decides to download and install the said application by clicking the button in the phony 'WARNING! Your Flash Player May Be Out Of Date. Please Upgrade To Continue' Pop-up message, he may unknowingly agree to download and install more security infections to the PC. The fake 'WARNING! Your Flash Player May Be Out Of Date. Please Upgrade To Continue' Pop-up alert may show up on major Web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer and other popular Web browsers.

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