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Google Picasa Insecure Library Loading Vulnerability

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Release Date:  2011-03-25    Views:  11,596

Secunia Advisory SA43853

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Description


A vulnerability has been reported in Google Picasa, which can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a user's system


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Subject: Google Picasa Insecure Library Loading Vulnerability

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hrtadvi RE: Google Picasa Insecure Library Loading Vulnerability
Member 10th Dec, 2012 17:04
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User Since: 15th Jan 2011
System Score: 100%
Location: IN
Last edited on 10th Dec, 2012 17:04
I have updated to latest version of Google Picasa version 3.9.0 (Build 136.09, 0) , still kasperski Internet security 2013 detects a file (expwebsites.yti) in the latest Picasa Package as vulnerable.
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AmyFreelove RE: Google Picasa Insecure Library Loading Vulnerability
Member 11th Dec, 2012 12:41
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I have updated to latest version of Google Picasa version 3.9.0 (Build 136.09, 0) , still kasperski Internet security 2013 detects a file (expwebsites.yti) in the latest Picasa Package as vulnerable.


I receive the same within AVG, Norton and McAfee after upgrading.

Upgraded Google Picasa version 3.9.0 (Build 136.09, 0) and it detected the same file as you (expwebsites.yti).

Will look around for more information on this and post here!
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