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Bluewaave Adobe Flash Player and Java
Member 29th Jun, 2012 16:51
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Hello to everyone

I would liek to have your help for a problem i have for years with secunia scan OSI

It 's always finding on my computer old versions of Flash Player and Java But if i come on Java or Adobe web sites with any internet browser ( IE or Firefox ) i can see i have teh last version of Java or Adobe Flash Player
It seems that for each update , old versions files remain on my PC

Why ?

Thanks a lot for your help

dorlando RE: Adobe Flash Player and Java
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For Windows 7 (this will probably work for all windows programs) go to control panel and click on programs and features. You should see Jave 7 (TM) update 5. That is the lastest update. If you don't have that update then go to their website and install it. Then uninstall all other Java Updates in the Control Panel. Java in the future is putting all there updates in the same folder, so it is possible that you won't have this problem in the future.
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Bluewaave RE: Adobe Flash Player and Java
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Only Secunia can find old versions Not windows with control panel or Java
I have to go in my windows and remove manually old versions ( files in ocx )
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dorlando RE: Adobe Flash Player and Java
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I guess I didn't read your question carefully enough. You are running (OSI) the Online version. I don't know how that differs from (PSI) as that is the program I have running. Perhaps someone with more computer experience can answer your question. Sorry that I could not be of help.
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