About this threat
“The Latest Version Of Adobe Flash Player is Ready to Install” Scam is a bogus alert claiming that your operating system has been contaminated with malevolent program or ran into a serious problem. The main goal of these fake alerts is to trick users into dialing alleged tech-support who would first ask for remote access to your computer, and then install overpriced, possibly useless software. If an adware is behind these adverts, they will be very invasive, pop up over and over again, no matter how many times you close them. An ad-supported software can generally be found attached to freeware, and if it is not noticed, it will be permitted to install. The alerts aren’t going to endanger your system, as long as you don’t call the con artists. If you did call them, you would be put through to people who scam others for a living, and they would imitate fixing your machine, and then ask for a lot of money. Not only should you never call the numbers in these questionable alerts, you should also never permit access to your device to suspicious people. And if you are still worried about the warning you are getting, it is false, and your system is secure. So as to make the warnings go away, all you need to do is erase “The Latest Version Of Adobe Flash Player is Ready to Install” Scam.