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I think the best thing is to get rid of it completely. As of the 31st of this month, without security patches, it will be a drain of anything not good

That added to that mx5, it has blink 69, also discouraged because of how old it is

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14 hours ago, pantantrollo said:

I think the best thing is to get rid of it completely. As of the 31st of this month, without security patches, it will be a drain of anything not good

You wrote this because you don't need Flash. Believe me - some peoples still need to use Flash despite the fact it's old unsecure technology. So MX5 is THE answer! :)

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OK guys!

Adobe was made everything worse than expected. They integrated timebomb in their Flash plugin so using MX5 is not enough!

1. Theory: https://gist.github.com/KuromeSan/56d8b724c0696b54f9f81994ae3591d1

2. Realisation (Flash patcher for Windows): https://github.com/KuromeSan/FlashPatcher

This program patches any Flash plugins installed in your Windows folder.

1. Run this app with Administrative rights to have writefile access.

2. Manually add pepflashplayer.dll file from C:\Program Files (x86)\Maxthon5\Core\plugins (or change path to your actual installation)

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