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Forum Thread: iPrint OCX v5.32 False Positive

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Gustev iPrint OCX v5.32 False Positive
Member 10th Dec, 2009 15:48
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Secunia PSI v1.5.0.1 with 10 Dec 2009 database detects Novell iPrint client v5.32 as insecure but provides "Update to version 5.32." as solution.

That is, version 5.32 of ienipp.ocx is being listed as insecure.

thedillpickl RE: iPrint OCX v5.32 False Positive
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Hi Gustev;

In the folder this file is in, check to see if the date stamp is current for this particular file. Just hover the mouse pointer over the files. You may find that it was created on an earlier date than the other files.

If the file is in use by another program when you update iPrint, it may not be deleated by the installer (unsure about that, not familiar with iPrint). I do know that's what happens with Adobe Flash Player's .ocx file when you update that Flash.


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cmecx RE: iPrint OCX v5.32 False Positive
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I can confirm the false positive. PSI reports file C:\WINDOWS\system32\ienipp.ocx as insecure. I have the iPrint client 5.32 installed and the file ienipp.ocx in c:\windows\system32 is dated 4 december 2009 and when looking at its properties it shows a version number 5.3.2.0. So it's clearly the correct fixed version I have installed.
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mogs RE: iPrint OCX v5.32 False Positive
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Last edited on 5th Jan, 2010 08:53
on 10th Dec, 2009 15:48, Gustev wrote:
Secunia PSI v1.5.0.1 with 10 Dec 2009 database detects Novell iPrint client v5.32 as insecure but provides "Update to version 5.32." as solution.

That is, version 5.32 of ienipp.ocx is being listed as insecure.

Morning.
I find the wording of your post a little unclear/confusing. Are you saying that Secunia has detected as insecure, the version that you've already updated to ?
Are you using Secunia with the Advanced interface ? If not, switch to it to gain more information/tech details, so on and so forth. If you click on the + sign alongside an entry, it will expand to reveal further detail.
Tho' you may have already the updated program; Secunia may still detect left over files/previous versions, which may need to be deleted to get the all clear.



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M.Hansen RE: iPrint OCX v5.32 False Positive
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Hi

Could i ask you to make a software suggestion on the file detected for Novell iPrint Client?

Thank you
cmecx RE: iPrint OCX v5.32 False Positive
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There must have been a very recent update to the Secunia databse. In the last full scan done yesterday, ipp was still shown as vulnerable. Today, I did a rescan of just IPP and now it disappeared. Note that the iPrint client 5.32 has already been installed in early december and the computer has been rebooted multiple times since that time. Now iPrint change has been done this week. So the only change that may have occured is a change in the Secunia database.
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