Adobe flash player constantly updating
You may have constantly seen the notifications popping up to tell you that an update is available for the software, especially when your computer is always connected online. There will also be times when you get a notification again even after a week or days before you last updated.
Sometimes, you’ll think that your PC or Mac is resetting, deleting some of your newly installed files.
That list is not in Wikipedia, it's not on Adobe's product pages for Flash runtimes, and I couldn't find anyone else who had done the work.
Mac User’s Guide to Updating Adobe Flash Player If you’re a Mac user, you can visit Adobe’s webpage for downloading the software to their computer (https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/).
Curiously, if the Mac Package installer, called Product.pkg, is located outside the DMG volume and the DMG volume Installer is unmounted, then you will receive a "Missing parameters" error.
However, if the Package installer is located in the DMG volume, then you will be prompted to continue the installation.
As a result, victims may find that their OS X computers have had a number of potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) installed on their systems.
Intego researchers report that third-party apps they have seen being installed by the fake Adobe Flash update include Mega Backup, Zip Cloud, and Mac Keeper.
Intego security experts have identified the rogue package installer as a variant of OSX/Install Core, and have updated Intego Virus Barrier definitions to provide protection.