Constantly updating flash
Adobe assumes no responsibility for third-party privacy policies, actions of third-party companies in accessing sites outside of their domain, or such companies' use of such data or information.
If you select Allow, the application is granted access to the other site and continues to access it until you close the application.
For more information, read our guide: Protect Your Computer from Adobe Flash Exploits in Your Web Browser.
This question appears because the application currently running in Adobe Flash Player is trying to access information from a site outside its own domain, using an older system of security.
That will allow you to decide if or when Flash will work in your browser.
It is possible that the application could access unauthorized information from [site2], though this is unlikely.
There are two things you can look for before selecting Allow: It is the responsibility of the person or company whose site is being accessed to determine which other sites can access their site.
According to Microsoft, this update fixes vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 Version 1151 (November Update).
The affected software includes Flash Player in IE 10 and IE 11 in Windows 8, 8.1, RT, Server 2012, and Windows 10 as well as Microsoft Edge in Windows 10.
All security experts will tell you that Flash needs to die because of the ridiculous amount of security holes that keep popping up.