See the Adobe Security bulletins and advisories page for information about security and stability issues affecting Adobe Flash Player and other Adobe products.
The Flash plugin automatically updates itself by default.
That is, trying to remove the currently installed version via the Windows XP Control Panel Add/Remove applet is a waste of time.
One of these two releases is an update designed to fix vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer, as Microsoft is now manually patching any security flaws that are found in Adobe's software and also affecting its in-house browser.This tool allows you to change the security sandbox that the SWF file operates in when it is played as a local file in Flash Player 8 and above.Installing a new version of software should be trivial thing--especially for popular software such as the Adobe Systems' Flash player, which is used by millions of people every day. For one, the Flash player does not play well with the other kids in the sandbox.To make sure that Flash is enabled, Firefox can block the Flash plugin on certain websites, if using it would cause security, speed or stability problems.For more information, see Plugins (like Flash) are blocked on some sites by default.
And downloaded Flash player again , nothing changed . English is not my native language, I hope it is possible to read.