|>>||Anonymous 12jan2021(tu)05:04 No.82700 OP |P1
|Is flashplayer_32_sa_debug.exe fully offline?|
Anyone here using flashplayer_32_sa_debug.exe or flashplayer_32_sa.exe? I haven't started playing some old flash games yet, I'm just here because I heard flash is now dead. I could play (just like emulation) some swf games, BUT only if it's completely offline. I don't want the swf requesting data from the internet or sending data to the internet as I play. If flashplayer_32_sa_debug.exe or flashplayer_32_sa.exe is completely offline, I'll start saving the old games that I like.
Also, are there any good top down RPG games here?
|>>||Anonymous 12jan2021(tu)11:06 No.82703 A |P2R1
|The .exe flash projector should continue to work, months ago I tested going offline and setting the date to 2022 or something and the browser plugin stopped working while the .exe still worked.|
In any case you can just block it on your firewall if you're so concerned.
|>>||Anonymous 12jan2021(tu)13:44 No.82721 OP |P3R2
>just block it on your firewall
Would that be enough? I mean, I'm not a flash expert, but is it possible that swf files can create temporary files, and those files connects to the internet?
|>>||Anonymous 12jan2021(tu)17:46 No.82734 A |P4R3
That sounds farfetched. The program is what runs flash, even if there's temporary files, they'll have to be run by the .exe. I am pretty sure that swf files that loaded data from the internet never even worked on the Flash projector.
|>>||Anonymous 13jan2021(we)06:28 No.82755 B |P5R4
|The standalone flash projector will keep working, only the plugin is bricked. A pleasant surprise is that Adobe seems to be keeping the projector online for people to download: https://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/debug_d ownloads.html|
Doesn't redeem them from bricking the plugin but it's something. Hopefully they will keep the projector download online indefinitely.