27 Major Websites That Still Use Flash Player

27 Major Websites That Still Use Flash Player

As much as every website wants to adopt HTML5, there are several factors that make this impossible. This is why many websites, apps and software still uses Flash player despite its security concerns and vulnerabilities.

The problem with HTML5

Simple and easy to rip and pirate. Plain HTML5 streaming videos are so simple, they can be ripped and pirated without breaking a sweat. It lacks the additional toolkits and APIs that website coders can use to keep the videos from unwanted ripping. Of course, security measures have been improved, or Google would not insist that users and website owners switch to HTML5.

Websites that still rely on Flash

  1. Crunchyroll
  2. Hulu
  3. Funimation
  4. Huffington Post
  5. CNN
  6. New York Times
  7. Fox News
  8. Vimeo
  9. Videojug
  10. WordPress.tv
  11. CBT Cafe
  12. Tutorial Paradise
  13. Oracle
  14. HP
  15. Cisco
  16. Vanguard
  17. J.P. Morgan
  18. Goldman Sachs
  19. Salesforce.com
  20. Hindustan Unilever
  21. Monsanto
  22. Starbucks
  23. Bain
  24. The Boston Consulting Group
  25. Deloitte
  26. Accenture
  27. The Guardian

The list is not exhaustive. Suffice to say that, unless a website has a technology capacity to make a switch, they will be using the Adobe Flash Player.

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