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Forum Thread: Firefox 10?

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Member 31st Jan, 2012 20:45
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I just updated to Firefox 10 Final, and I notice it does not appear in the program list.

rich.honor RE: Firefox 10?
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on 31st Jan, 2012 20:45, wrote:
I just updated to Firefox 10 Final, and I notice it does not appear in the program list.


I have the same problem - cannot find Firefox 10 in PSI
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Anthony Wells RE: Firefox 10?
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Last edited on 31st Jan, 2012 21:51
Hi ,

Secunia Support do not normaly work on the PSI at night (CET) nor at weekends ; no doubt they will update the Mozilla Firefox detection rules as soon as they get the chance to so do tomorrow .

Patience is a virtue :)) No doubt your system will function normally in the interim .

EDIT: As the 10.0 release notes only mention bug fixes and no specific security updates are specified (as far as I can see) then the PSI may well continue to detect version 9.0.1 as fully patched and up to date . You can always suggest version 10 as a missing programme using the link at the upper right of the Scan Results page in the PSI (version 2.0.x) if nothing happens tomorrow .

Take care

Anthony


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Anthony Wells RE: Firefox 10?
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Hi ,

An individual programme "rescan" of Mozilla Firefox version 9.0.1 still shown as fully patched/up to date on the Scan Results page , before/without running a full system scan immediately changes the display (for me on my machine) to version 10.0.0.4411 and as fully patched/up to date .

On the "secure browsing" page , version 10 does not show itself as being unpatched/no solution (as did version 9.0.1) , so upgrading/updating to version 10.0 is a security solution/update . Details are here in the Secunia Advisory47816 :-

http://secunia.com/advisories/47816/

EDIT:The "old" vulnerability is now longer shown as affecting version 10.0 in the PSI secure browsing module , however the SA47400 does not show any solution for version 9.x :-

http://secunia.com/advisories/47400/

Hopefully Secunia will clarify this apparent "conflict" in due course

Take care

Anthony

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Member 1st Feb, 2012 15:58
Firefox 10 is now shown.
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bjm__ RE: Firefox 10?
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Last edited on 2nd Feb, 2012 00:49
Hello Topic
btw ~ FF 9.0.1 is not listed anymore.
Still running FF9.0.1. Wanted to allow the dust to settle.
& I expect FF10.0.1 soon. Anyway....
Upon today's Scan FF 9.0.1 vanished.
Not in Patched & Not in Secure Browsing
I have one browser now. I've always had two. IE&FF
Do I have to update FF for PSI to report FF again?
I'm running PSI 1.5.0.2 ~~ I know. I'm the last hold out ;-)
Do I have to update to PSI 2.0.x for PSI to list/report FF ?
Is Secunia doing stuff on their side re FF ?
Is PSI 1.5.0.2 still supported officially / unofficially ?

Thanks
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Maurice Joyce RE: Firefox 10?
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@bjm
I only use IE therefore will leave your Firefox queries for someone else to reply.

This is the latest detail on version 1.5.0.2.

SUPPORT FOR OLDER VERSIONS OF PSI

This information was released by a Secunia Official on this Forum on 10th January 2011 in answer to a query.

"For now, there are no immediate plans to 'break' the old versions, though we do not offer support for any versions other than 2.0.

However, we do strongly recommend that everybody upgrade to the newest version, and can unfortunately not make any promises of continued support for older or beta versions.

Eventually, you can probably expect that they will be discontinued."










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bjm__ RE: Firefox 10?
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Last edited on 2nd Feb, 2012 04:20
Hello Topic
My old worn out PSI 1.5 must still has some life left. Just needed a good slap. ;-)
Maybe, older PSI versions get updates after current versions. IDK
Anyway, updating FF9.0.1 to FF10 brought FF back to Patched and Secure Browsing.
So, PSI 1.5 is reporting OK again for me ;-)
FF10 appears to have patched FF9.0.1 SAID
Gremlins ~ the vagaries of ones and zeros

@ Maurice Joyce
Much thanks....one of these days I'll update my PSI
Kicking and screaming. One of these days my PSI will be current.

Cheers
bjm__
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This user no longer exists RE: Firefox 10?
Member 3rd Feb, 2012 14:16
Hi,

We fixed an issue that could cause Mozilla Firefox 9.x to be shown as "EOL" without offering a patch to install.

If you run a full rescan, the problem should be corrected.
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moonlightvt RE: Firefox 10?
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FF 9 will not go away even through FF 10 shows on my computer as the current on file. Scan list FF as being EOL. What do I or Secunia need to do?
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Maurice Joyce RE: Firefox 10?
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Last edited on 11th Feb, 2012 16:36
@moonlightvt

FINDING A FILE PATH

From the DASHBOARD page click on SCAN RESULTS.

1. This will list all your programmes with a + to the left of each programme.
2. Click the + sign next to the item that U want help with.
3. This will reveal the path under DETECTED INSTANCES.
4. Below DETECTED INSTANCES you will see this You can double click this row for additional information & options>double click it>a box will appear>look to the RIGHT & U will see TROUBLESHOOT REPORT in BLUE writing under the heading TOOLBOX> click TroubleShoot Report & it will reveal some information in a box>highlight the information revealed from ---START--- to ---END--- & copy it (CTRL+C) then post it to the Forum (CTRL+V)

As an EXAMPLE the end result U post to the Forum should look something like this:
---START---

Program Name:
Adobe Flash Player 11.x

Security State:
Patched

Download Link:
http://fpdownload.adobe.com/get/flashplayer/curren...

Instances Found:
C:\Windows\SysWOW64\Macromed\Flash\Flash11e.ocx, version: 11.1.102.55 (ActiveX)

Last System Scan (localtime):
2. Jan 2012, 23:01

Operating System:
Microsoft Windows 7.

---END---

Update 12 21:50 26/01/2012

EDIT:
No input from the originator after 10 days.

Thread locked at: 15:34 11/02/2012

If required, this thread can be reopened for the originator by contacting Secunia Support at: support@secunia.com


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