Unfortunately, there is no option on this popup to disable the prompt forever.
I’ve decided I had enough of Flash Player being this intrusive.
Are you bothered with Adobe Flash Player constantly prompting you to install updates with a box that says “An update to your Adobe Flash Player is available“?
The only options provided are to Install Now, Remind Me Later, or Don’t Install.
Mac users are once again being urged to exercise caution when installing updates to Adobe Flash Player, after a fake update was discovered infecting computers.
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.
At the time of writing, the compromised Apple developer ID certificate (MDK7FNV856, in the name of one Nikolay Nikolay Lastovka) has not been revoked.Unfortunately, some free downloads do not adequately disclose that other software will also be installed and you may find that you have installed adware without your knowledge.Once this malicious program is installed, whenever you will browse the Internet, your web browser will be redirect to sites that display a “Adobe Flash Player Update” message.The seemingly never-ending advisories from Adobe about newly-discovered security holes in Flash Player have made critical updates a regular occurrence.There is a certain irony that security professionals have devoted a lot of time in warning the general public about the importance of installing patches and keeping their Flash installations updated, only to see online criminals exploiting the situation by launching their own attacks as warnings that Flash needs to be updated.