addressing users' fears about courses published with Flash and HTML
Hi Storyline Experts,
I want to address concerns of folks using our courses that were published with both Flash and HTML. The danger isn't in their browser rendering our course in Flash when Flash is still enabled, the danger is in having Flash installed at all. It has nothing to do with a Storyline course; the Storyline course poses no danger.
The danger in having Flash enabled is that malicious code can exploit Flash vulnerabilities to do damage. Storyline courses are not using Flash in order to exploit its vulnerabilities to execute malicious code on users’ systems, Storyline courses are using Flash to render content. To use the analogy of a knife, it isn't like Storyine is using a knife to threaten or harm someone, its like Storyline is using a knife to spread butter on toast (one's opinion of the danger of butter and toast aside!)
Is this a good explanation to alleviate fear about having one of our courses, that was published with both Flash and HTML content, implemented in their LMS?