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Forum Thread: PSI 2. Monitoring of Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) Updates

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RonHos PSI 2. Monitoring of Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) Updates
Member 16th May, 2013 16:46
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Recently I am noticing these Secunia pop up messages each time MSE is updated:

Secunia PSI - Program Changes Detected
1 removed program
Microsoft Malware Protection 1.x (64-bit) (Patched)

Is this something new added to Secunia? Is it a problem ... though It occurs on both my pc's, one using Windows 7 and the other Vista.
Ron

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mogs RE: PSI 2. Monitoring of Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) Updates
Expert Contributor 17th May, 2013 03:03
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@Ronitos

It's not something new....if you don't wish psi to inform you of details....go to Configuration and Settings on the psi Dashboard and uncheck " Show detailed program changes "

Hope it helps.......regards.......mogs

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RonHos RE: PSI 2. Monitoring of Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) Updates
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Thanks for reply. Yes I realise that now following checks. But these particular announcements never used to appear on my pc/s so there must have been a glitch in my programmes.
Ron
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