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Forum Thread: Is secunia 1.5 not working properly?

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Shandilya Is secunia 1.5 not working properly?
Member 3rd Aug, 2009 02:24
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I have scanned & found firefox 3.5, adobe flash player & its plugin are insecure. I downloaded firefox 3.51 & uninstalled the adobe flash. Still when I rescanned it shows the same old result!

wr RE: Is secunia 1.5 not working properly?
Contributor 3rd Aug, 2009 03:49
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FF 3.5.1 will show in the patched section but as insecure in the Secure Browser section-meaning it needs additional patching. The enclosed link will give directions for uninstalling/installing Adobe FP. http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/238...

Regards, wr

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