|Gozzy82||You have programs that require manual updates notification|
|10th May, 2012 09:46|
User Since: 15th Mar, 2012
System Score: N/A
Last edited on 10th May, 2012 09:50
Hello, i just installed the new version of Secunia (3.0.0.0006) and i keep getting the windows notification "You have programs that require manual updates", this notification keeps popping up.
I am using Windows 7 and already turned off the notifications for Secunia but it is not working correctly (or is it normal to keep getting a notification every 20 sec?).
Furthermore, i get the notification "You have programs that require manual updates" but where can i see the list of programs that need a manual update, i looked everywhere but could not find it.
Where can i find the list of programs which require manual updates?
Or should i check all my installed programs for updates myself? :/ (kind of defeats the purpose of Secunia if you ask me but if this is the new policy with the new simpler interface so be it..)
just noticed it does not update my last scan date, just scanned my pc and it keeps saying:
Please run a scan
You might have outdated software
Last scan: Sat Apr 28 2012
|This user no longer exists||RE: You have programs that require manual updates notification|
|10th May, 2012 11:07|
Is the issue resolved if you close the interface and open it again?
If not, please add https://psi.secunia.com to your trusted sites in Internet Explorer as per these instructions: http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...
This should solve the problem after closing and reopening the interface one more time.
|Gozzy82||RE: You have programs that require manual updates notification|
|10th May, 2012 12:04|
User Since: 15th Mar 2012
System Score: N/A
|thank you for your quick reply, i just added https://psi.secunia.com to my trusted sites and now i get a screen which i never got before!
I can work with this screen! :)
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