Relating to this vendor:
And, this specific program:
Mozilla Firefox 7.x
|bilysinger||swapping out newer version of Mozilla's firefox with latest version. problem|
|1st Oct, 2011 15:35|
User Since: 13th Nov, 2009
System Score: N/A
|It appears that Secunia complains that version 6 has reached end of life, while I have download the required remedy . Secunia still complains. I have seen another program is needed to accomplish this. What is it's source? why is it needed? and maybe it's time Secunia take a hike, as this occurs far too often to be of assistance, it ls more a pain in my a**.|
|Maurice Joyce||RE: swapping out newer version of Mozilla's firefox with latest version. problem|
|1st Oct, 2011 15:52|
User Since: 4th Jan 2009
System Score: 100%
Last edited on 2nd Oct, 2011 11:04
|Why do U want to shoot the messenger? All PSI does is reads the meta data on your PC & reports it's findings to U.
Many have complained about the frequency of the version changes made by Mozilla. Protest to them & then remove the offending browser.
Not sure I fully understand what else you are talking about. If U have End of Life programme installed it is best practise to remove/replace it with a secure version.
If U have a vulnerability we need to see the Troubleshooting report to really help.
Windows 7 SP1 64 Bit OS
HP Intel Pentium i7
IE 10 for Windows 7
|Anthony Wells||RE: swapping out newer version of Mozilla's firefox with latest version. problem|
|2nd Oct, 2011 19:29|
User Since: 19th Dec 2007
System Score: N/A
To add a little more , Firefox version 7.0 is a security update and so Ff version 6.0.x is "insecure" as well as "EOL" and would best be deleted ;-
If you want to be safe and secure when surfing , better to try and at least keep your browser(s) up to date .
That is the advice that the PSI is trying to give you ; take it or leave it , it is entirely up to you .
It always seems impossible until its done.
Not a customer already?