Firefox and Shockwaveflash 14.0.0.145 using 100% CPU

Firefox (v30.0) normally uses the CPU of 2 to 6%.
When I start a video using shockwave flash 14.0.0.145, firefox uses 20 to 40% of the CPU and shockwave 50-80%.
For the most part resulting in a total of 100% CPU usage.
This problem occurs for a week or two.
I am running Microsoft Vista.

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