It is likely that you will be able to happily browse the web without requiring Flash at all, as many sites have now been updated to use alternatives, especially since Adobe in July 2017 confirmed that: "Adobe is planning to end-of-life Flash". In fact, in June 2017, Channel 4, announced that it would be tranitioning from Adobe Flash-based video players to HTML5, so an announcement should be immanent. If you don't have Flash installed you will see "Blocked Plug-in" when attempting to view Flash content in Safari.To check this, you could visit Channel 4 or Crunchyroll.com, which, at the time of writing, were still using Flash.Go to your Applications Folder (See Screenshot Below) and drag the Smilebox file to the Trash Can 4.Go to Macintosh HD /Library/Applications Support folder (See Screenshot Below) and drag the Smilebox file to the Trash Can 5. Reinstall the Smilebox program and it will automatically install the Flash version that is compatible with our program.Flash tends to disappear from your Mac everytime you update the Mac operating system.We explain how to check whether Flash is installed on your Mac below.To resolve this problem, please try the following troubleshooting steps.
Contact Adobe if you need help downloading, installing, or using Adobe Flash Player.Please click on the update Flash button and it will update to the version that is compatible with Smilebox. Complete the steps below and then try opening Smilebox again. Your browser may prompt you to update your Flash Player.If this is the case, simply follow the update directions through your browser.Clearly Apple isn't prepared to leave customers exposed to Flash vulnerabilities.Apple's preference is that customers use HTML5, the newer, safer way of browsing the web.