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Forum Thread: scripting and Macrium

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Macrium Software
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Macrium Reflect 5.x

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peterrrr scripting and Macrium
Member 24th Jan, 2014 18:09
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Hello
I am running Win 8.1 and tried using the 'help' with your product but all I got with MSIE 11 was a'scripting box which would not accept either a yes or a no.
I am using a Google search and Chrome to report that Macrium Reflect had an update this AM, 1-24-14, that Secunia PSI did ot dtect. It was an important patch.
I hope this helps with your investigation as to why thse anomalies occured..
Peter

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Maurice Joyce RE: scripting and Macrium
Handling Contributor 24th Jan, 2014 18:49
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Peter,

Secunia shows that Macrium Reflect Version 4 & 5 are not vulnerable as can be seen here:

https://secunia.com/advisories/product/37553/

https://secunia.com/advisories/product/17012/

On that basis Secunia will not show any updates that are made to fix bugs or make cosmetic changes.

http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...

To get the latest sub version to show in your scan results you need to suggest it to Secunia

http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...

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wr RE: scripting and Macrium
Contributor 24th Jan, 2014 18:55
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Secunia is a vulnerability checker not a general updater.
Macrium's webpage clearly announce that v5.2.6463 is
a "bug fix" for a problem in the Linux Rescue cd therefore
since Secunia do not report on bug fixes, Alpha, Beta, or eye candy problems it didn't 'miss' anything.

Hope this helps. Regards, wr

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peterrrr RE: scripting and Macrium
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"not a general update checker, but rather a security patch checker"

I extracted the above from your reply and now I understand.
Thank you for correcting/instructing me.
Peter
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