Your signature says you have Leopard - is this correct? (If it isn't please amend your signature to prevent confusion).
The current version of Flash requires Snow Leopard or higher. There is an archive page with earlier versions so you may be able to get a Leopard-compatible version there.
I have three Macs. One is a MacPro. I'm writing in regard to an iMac with Snow Leopard installed and which does not seem to allow Flash to be installed.
The location showing is United States and when I choose United Kingdom, it refuses to budge and won't allow me to install Adobe Flash, instantly flashing back to United States after I select the UK.
I have aleady read that Apple is blocking Adobe Flash for its own company reasons and would lilke to have some information that presumably will bypass such, in my case anyway, a very a bad move.
My other Macs are okay. One is a 27" iMac with OS 10.7.5 installed and the other is a MacPro with OS10.5.8 installed.
My original messge is correctly showing my request.
Two bugs, one affecting Apple's Mac platform and another attacking Microsoft's Windows, exploited certain Flash player vulnerabilities to install malware onto users' systems, reported ArsTechnica. While users of other operating systems like Linux have yet to report attacks, Adobe's advisory notes the exploit affects all platforms.
Designated as CVE-2013-0634, the first vulnerability targets the Safari and Firefox Web browsers running on OS X, and is also being used as a trojan to deploy Microsoft Word documents containing malware. For Mac users, the flaw affected Adobe Flash Player version 11.5.502.146 or earlier.
On March 1, 2013 Apple again blocked Flash Player for Lion and Mountain Lion:
You should uninstall any previous version first, and repair permissions after installing the new version.
If you still get a ‘plug-ins blocked’ message: