I hope I'm not out of place to suggest this, but answering an honest question with a comment that satisfies one's superiority complex goes against what I believe this forum should be about. United Kingdom.
Track users' IT needs, easily, and with only the features you need. These bozos take free program installers, and wrap them in their own custom installer that adds a layer of complexity, installs spyware, hijacks your browser, and just generally behaves in an evil fashion.
A number of free and open-source projects exist solely to protect your identity and online activity. It is built with a clean interface whilst keeping "Ease of Use" in Mind as well.
Everywhere else should be reserved for real answers. Thus, I brought my question here. I even explained that a Google search had revealed no answers.
The most extreme option is to disable Flash completely. Click the gear icon in the upper right corner of the IE 11 window and then click Manage add-ons from the menu, as shown here.
But that convenience also means that Internet Explorer users are vulnerable to in-the-wild exploits aimed at unpatched Flash vulnerabilities. The check mark to the left of this setting means it is enabled.
Versions Version Distribution 1. Verify your account to enable IT peers to see that you are a professional. Last update 6-Feb-2015. At the same time, I cannot shake my fear. Given the steady stream of security issues associated with Flash, I consider it a prudent strategy for everyday browsing. Bill2718 This person is a verified professional.
However, 5 pages of Google responses yielded no indication. Forgot password?
This doesn't have to be a short-term workaround. JJoyner1985 wrote: As I stated above, I had suspicions, and I would never install something like this on my system.
Click Disable , and then click Close. Note that this setting applies to the entire domain and is persistent.