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Heise Online Article: Centralised software updates

16:25 CET, 24th March 2010 By Secunia.

Centralised software updates

Version 4.0 of Secunia Corporate Software Inspector (CSI) allows network administrators to install security updates for Windows software right across the network. CSI makes use of Microsoft's Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) and System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). According to the vendor, this allows well over 1,000 applications, including Adobe Reader, Flash, Java, Firefox and Skype, to be administered.

CSI uses the same technology as the company's free Personal Software Inspector to determine which versions of what software are installed on a system and whether newer versions which fix security vulnerabilities are available. The H Update Check also uses Secunia's database.

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