These dialog boxes ask your permission before allowing the older SWF or FLV content to communicate with other locations on the Internet: To change your security settings or learn more about your options, see the Global Security Settings panel.Some content on the Internet is protected by the content provider using Adobe Flash Access.To enjoy this protected content, users must first get content licenses from the content provider.
However, you might occasionally encounter older SWF or FLV content that was created using older security rules.
In these cases, Flash Player asks you to make a decision: You can allow the content to work as its creator intended, using the older security rules, or you can choose to enforce the newer, stricter rules.
It's important to understand that even though this settings panel is part of Flash Player, the information will be used by an application created by a third party.
Adobe assumes no responsibility for third-party privacy policies, actions of third-party companies in storing information on your computer, or such companies' use of such data or information.
Local storage settings let you specify how much disk space, if any, applications from a particular website can use to store information on your computer.
Note that it is the person or company that has created the application you are using that is requesting such access, not Adobe (unless Adobe has created the application that wants to save the information).Adobe has designed Flash Player to provide security settings that do not require you to explicitly allow or deny access in most situations.Over time, as SWF and FLV content have become more sophisticated, Flash Player has also become more sophisticated, offering users additional privacy and security protections.Flash Player saves these licenses on your computer.To manage or deactivate these licenses, use the Protected Content Playback Settings panel.The Flash Player Settings Manager lets you manage global privacy settings, storage settings, and security settings, by using the following panels: The Settings Manager is a special control panel that runs on your local computer but is displayed within and accessed from the Adobe website.