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Secunia Official 5th Aug, 2012 14:32
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Security Specialists in Secunia Research analyse numerous vulnerabilities on a daily basis. Additionally, we review software changes released as service packs, updates, or patches for many applications in order to identify and report any security-related issues.

Gustar_Terpstra RE: Latest and Greatest is not Always Safest
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What is adviseable to use for the PSI-versions?

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vincentpetit RE: Latest and Greatest is not Always Safest
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Funny, so by silently implementing a patch unaware users are in fact tearing up old security wounds and consequently compromising their own security! Seems we need to be always on the alert on staying secure also by following the patch advices. I am happy about the fact we have always Secunia at hand for vendor independent intelligence on the matter. Stay alert while staying secure ( :

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Everybody should promote the Secunia PSI in their own country in order to contribute to a safer internet and more awareness on combatting cyber-criminality. This is a post a wrote on Secunia's PSI in France: http://www.nettoyerpc.fr/internet-security/secunia...
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