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gudguy1 Seeing what programs were removed
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Okay, after doing a search that was fruitless, does anyone know how do we determine or see what programs were removed by PSI...????

I only see the little balloon window that popped up stating that 1 or 2 programs were removed.

Thanks in advance from anyone who can answer that since I could not locate a customer service email.
Patrick642@yahoo.com

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Maurice Joyce RE: Seeing what programs were removed
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A feature like you describe is not available with PSI nor does it highlight any programmes added or updated on any scan result.

Contact for Secunia PSI Support is:

support@secunia.com

The full listing is here:

https://secunia.com/company/contact/


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gudguy1 RE: Seeing what programs were removed
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Okay, thanks for that piece of info.

So, to get to the more important meat of the matter:
"How do I know what program(s) is being removed when the Secunia bubble at the bottom right of the PC screen pops up and states that 1 or 2 programs have been removed"???

That is the important piece of information that I know I want to know whenever the Secunia program does any automatic updates.
This is something I meant to ask previously but kept forgetting to post something in the forum.

There has to be some kind of trail or log of what was removed, correct? Or is Secunia just performing updates and removing programs and not putting what was removed in a log somewhere?

Thanks for this other information I am looking for.



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Maurice Joyce RE: Seeing what programs were removed
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Sorry if did not explain it very well. What you have seen so far is all you get.

Hopefully this screen shot fills in the detail you are looking for.

https://1ncuig.bn1303.livefilestore.com/y2p5Iotu8H...

In a nutshell PSI lacks many basic options that would help users not least the issue you have raised & the ability to easily check if any updates for PSI itself are available.

Hope this helps.

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gudguy1 RE: Seeing what programs were removed
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Maurice, got it - understood.

Yes, I've been going through the History section in the past.

Thanks again.
Patrick

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