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Forum Thread: Firefox showing as End-of-Life after Updating

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Mozilla Firefox 12.x

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Aonghas Firefox showing as End-of-Life after Updating
Member 7th Jun, 2012 19:11
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Hi,

I recently updated Firefox from version 12 to 13. Firefox is showing that it is "up to date" with Version 13.0 installed. However, when I do a PSI scan it shows Mozilla Firefox 12.x as an End- of-Life program.

Here is the Troubleshoot Report:
(Any assistance would be greatly appreciated)
Thank you in advance.

Aonghas

---START---

Program Name:
Mozilla Firefox 12.x

Security State:
End-of-Life

Download Link:
http://dl.secunia.com/SPS/Firefox_13.0_en-US_SPS.e...

Instances Found:
C:WINDOWSERDNTcachefirefox.exe, version: 12.0.0.4493

Last System Scan (localtime):
7. Jun 2012, 12:34

Operating System:
Microsoft Windows XP Professional,

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Anthony Wells RE: Firefox showing as End-of-Life after Updating
Expert Contributor 7th Jun, 2012 21:11
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Hi ,

An ERDNT file is a back-up file made by the ERUNT back-up software . As such it is not a danger to your system ; so either use/click the very small PSI beige/yellowish folder shaped icon with the red blob at the left end of the "detected instance" to create an ignore rule or delete the file by clicking the other icon without the blob and when the folder opens delete the Firefox file by right clicking it and selecting delete .

Hope that is clear ; if not ask again .

Take care

Anthony

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