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Forum Thread: Flashplayer

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Programs

Relating to this vendor:
Adobe Systems
And, this specific program:
Adobe Flash Player 10.x

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gerboise Flashplayer
Member 7th Aug, 2009 14:27
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PSI indique que la version dont je dispose est vulnérable.
Vous indiquez que cette version est la 10.0.22.87
Or la version dont je dispose en réalité est la 10.0.32.18

J'ai refait une analyse qui donne le même résultat.
Il semble donc que ce soit votre base de données qui ne soit pas à jour

Anthony Wells RE: Flashplayer
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Last edited on 7th Aug, 2009 16:59
La langue du çe Forum est Anglais .

Si PSI dit que vous avez une version "insecure" , c'est mieux de le croire , en particular avec Flash Player .

Je vous donne des instructions en Anglais et après en Française ( plus ou moin parce que c'est moi qui les a fait ).
Pour vous aider , il serait mieux si vous répondrez en Anglais SVP.


1)use PSI in "advanced" mode ;
2)in the "settings" tab make sure that the box in the first/upper section is NOT ticked in order to have the maximum info available ;
3)tell us in which "tab(s)" your problem programme is located ;
4)in that tab , click on the + in the box at the left end of the programme , the page will expand ;
5)in the expanded page , tell us what is written in the "installation path" ;
6)in the "toolbox" section , lower down , the link "technical details" should confirm the installation path details ;
7)click on the link "open folder" and you will see more details concerning the location of the "problem" .

If you are unable to resolve the problem yourself , all this info should allow someone on the forum to help/advise you .

1) sur la page du PSI coin haut droit select "mode d'affichage" -> "avancé"
2) dans le "tab" "configuration etre sure que dans la ligne "niveau du detail" que la boite à gauche N'EST PAS marqué ; comme ça , on a le max de details.
3) ou est Flasn Player ?? Dans le "tab" des "vulnerables" ou dans "corrigés" ??

4)S'il est dans le premier , il faut regarder completement à gauche pour un petit boite avec un + dedans , clique la dessus.
5)Dans la page ouvert lis dans la ligne "chemin \d'installation" et dis mois exactement tous qu'il est ecrit là .
6)Regarde dans le "toolbox" , (la ligne en dessous) et au centre il y a "ouvrir le dossier" , encore clique la dessus et dis moi ou tu est arrivé.

C'est quoi votre OS , SvP ??

A vous.


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DAVID BINKO RE: Flashplayer
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Last edited on 7th Aug, 2009 23:06
By all means use the installation path given by the technical info link.
Just this week I publicly embarrassed myself in the forum by poor-mouthing PSI without first running the link. Secunia had picked up on a second installation path that started C:\oldfiles\oldfiles\... and nobody else picked up on it. In my computer C:\oldfiles\oldfiles... is the gateway to a boar's nest. System Restore has three installation paths. Really. Last night I knitted one of them into a desktop shortcut,
so I know.
PSI is a bit quirky at times, but sometimes you get information from it that you will get nowhere else. Check out every feature whenever you use it.
Flash Player in particular, and Adobe generally, are sore points with me. I use the products since I must, but I don't download them from Adobe, even if I could. I reinstall Flash Player something like once a week. That's about how long it takes to die.

Hi, Anthony.


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