Adobe has been blocking video play inside Flash since January 12th. Mozilla and Apple have stopped supporting Flash, and ZDNet says Microsoft will end support later this month.
According to W3Tex, a web technology survey website, only 2.2 percent of today’s websites use flash coding, down from 28.5 percent reported in early 2011.
Adobe, which first reported in July 2017, announced that it would stop upgrading and selling Flash Player after December 31, 2020, due to declining hardware consumption and the availability of better and more sustainable alternatives such as HTML5, WebGL, and WebAsselBell.
At the end of the year, Microsoft announced the end of support for Adobe Flash Player on Edge and Internet Explorer 11.
Some business users may require commercial assistance and licenses for Flash Player past 2020 to run internal business systems.
According to media reports, the Internet archive protects flash games and animations, including hits such as “Peanut Butter Jelly Time”.
Adobe recommends that you immediately uninstall Flash Player to help all users protect their systems.