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When you go to http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/, it will forward you to http://get.adobe.com/**/flashplayer/ where ** is the two-letter code of the preferred language according to your browsers headers. You can then change this from http to https to get the encrypted version, which will have a https link to the latest flash installer. By the way: When you ...


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Why does the Adobe download site need to use SSL? Do you need the flash update to be encrypted? SSL doesn't make a site secure. You can download all kinds of malware and exploited content from an SSL connection, it's just that other people won't be able to see it. If there is no sensitive information to be obtained by downloading a flash player update from ...


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Don't know if it will work but you can still give it a try, it works fine on windows xp though NTSD is a debugger that ships with windows,it can be used in xp as a backdoor( a bind shell) It is located in system32 directory,use this command to start server on victim machine NTSD -server tcp:port=1337 calc.exe,once you know the ip address of the server ...



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