|Lugnaquilla||Universal Media Player|
|17th Feb, 2010 10:51|
User Since: 16th Feb, 2010
System Score: 92%
The Secunia scan detects Universal Media Player as a threat because it's out-of-date (end-of-life).
However, it appears that there has only been one version of this program issued. Is this really a threat? Should I uninstall it or just choose 'ignore program'?
Dell Dimension E520 (3.40Ghz); Win XP Media Center '05; 2Gb ram; 500Gb HD; 500gb external drive; OE 6; IE 7; Kerio Personal firewall; Avast antivirus; Roboform; Diskeeper; Malwarebytes; Spybot-S&D.
|Anthony Wells||RE: Universal Media Player|
|17th Feb, 2010 16:47|
User Since: 19th Dec 2007
System Score: N/A
An EOL programme is not supported and so you won't be advised/know if a vumnerability does arise ; only you can decide if the potential risk is wort it .
If you think it is then you can set an "ignore riule" for it , just don't forget it is there .
Perhaps you can find an alternative programme to suit your needs ; it would be "safer" :)))
I always find Gizmo's site gives unbiased advice on FREE software , this a link to Media PLayers on his site :-
It always seems impossible until its done.
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