Not me. Adobe is asking for the Mac's administrator password, so you can install the flash player. It is the password ***** setup on your Mac when you setup it first time and this is same as the login password.
Basically, this is the password ***** use to install any applications on your Mac.
You can reset the password ***** booting into Mac OS X Utilities screen. First go to System Preferences select iCloud. Click Sign Out button there and sign out. If asked to delete or keep stuffs, select Keep. If you only see Delete, then click Delete or OK. It is OK, you can reconnect to iCloud later.
Then follow the steps below to reset the password.
Turn off your Mac.
Turn it back on and immediately hold down Command and R keys at same time for 20 seconds.
This will boot your Mac to "Mac OS X Utilities” menu.
Click on the“Utilities” menu in top bar and select “Terminal".
Type (without space)--> resetpassword
Press return. This will bring Reset Password ***** Select the hard disk at top column,select the user account from the drop down under it, confirm the user account and then change password ***** Save. Then click on the Apple icon and select Shutdown.
Turn it back on. After restarting, if you get any message about Keychain then click Create New Keychain. Then use the new password ***** install flash player.
If you are still getting keychain error, then reset the keychain access database. Follow the steps below to reset Keychain;
Go to System Preferences > iCloud and click Sign Out. If asked to keep or delete stuffs,click Keep. Then in Finder, hold down Option key on your keyboard, click on Go menu at the top bar and select Library. This will open Library folder. Trash Keychain folder in there and restart your Mac.
Please let me know if that didn't work, so we can continue troubleshooting.