Applications that run in Flash Player may are looking to store some information in your laptop, but the amount they can store is limited to 100 kilobytes unless you agree to allocate additional space. Local storage settings can help you specify how much disk space, if any, functions from a distinctive website can use to store information in your desktop. Note that it’s the person or agency that has created the software you’re using it really is requesting such access, not Adobe unless Adobe has created the program that wishes to avoid wasting the counsel. It is the duty of the man or company inquiring for access to make it clear to you why they want access and how they plan to use the advice they save.
However, you might now and again stumble upon older SWF or FLV content material that was created using older security rules. In these cases, Flash Player asks you to make a choice: You can allow the content to work as its creator meant, using the older safety rules, or that you can choose to implement the newer, stricter rules. The latter choice helps ensure that you just view or play content material that meets the most up-to-date criteria of safety, but it may every so often steer clear of older SWF or FLV content material from working correctly.