Forum Thread: System rollback

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Hansk System rollback
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Secunia is identfying programs as unsecure that I have deleted and are located in the system rollback data file. Why does secunia identify programs that are/were insecure but are deleted and basically cannot be executed unless they are restored, which I have no intention of doing. Even if I did a restore I would delete them againn and not use them.

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Anthony Wells RE: System rollback
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PSI is very thorough and will let you know about anything it can find . It does not try to second guess you ; what you do with the info is up to you . If you are absolutely sure you don't want the items to be displayed to you by PSI , you can create an ignore rule . The rule only stops the display , PSI will continue to search everywhere as before.

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Slamgeden RE: System rollback
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You could make an ignore rule for the folders/drive. It needs the advanced interface.

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