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Forum Thread: How to suggest the Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package?

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Spiff How to suggest the Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package?
Member 28th Dec, 2011 01:31
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Recently I installed the Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package,
http://shark007.net/vistacodecpackage.html
I notice Secunia PSI 2.0.0.3001 doesn't detect that Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package, so I tried to suggest it, via "Are you missing a program".
But to suggest a program, one needs to specify the main .exe or .dll of a program, and I can't find that for the Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package.
Of course I could specify the VistaCodecs Installer .exe, but I suppose I need to specify the installed main .exe or .dll, and not the installer.
I can find C:\Program Files\VistaCodecPack but I can't find out what would be the main .dll or .exe (if there is one main .dll or .exe).
Could anyone tell how to suggest that Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package, what .dll or .exe to choose?
If you're not familiar with the Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package, it may be very much like the Shark007 Windows 7 Codecs.
Thanks very much.

Best regards,
Spiff


Anthony Wells RE: How to suggest the Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package?
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Hi ,

I have repkied to your other thread and given a link to threads discussing the detection problems for the K-Lite Codec Pack .

I think you are facing the same problem with your Shark package ; the installer is not relevant and you would need to suggest every separate piece of software you can separately identify within the package .

However , until the Shark pack is read by the PSI , then the psvince.dll will likely trigger a K-Lite response .

You may need to ask support@secunia.com by mail which item they will accept to recognise Shark rather than K-Lite .

Let us know how you go .

Anthony

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Spiff RE: How to suggest the Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package?
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Last edited on 28th Dec, 2011 17:25

Thank you, Anthony.

But I'm not sure whether my other thread, regarding Freemake Video Downloader 3.0 (containing psvince.dll) falsely being detected as K-Lite Mega Codec Pack, is related to this matter how to suggest the Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package.

I'll contact support@secunia.com and ask if there's a way to suggest the Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package as a 'missing program' for Secunia PSI.


Thanks very much
and best regards,

Spiff

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Spiff RE: How to suggest the Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package?
Member 30th Dec, 2011 15:26
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Solved by Secunia Support.
Shark007 Windows Vista Codec Package is now detected by the Secunia PSI.

Thanks very much
and best regards,

Spiff

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