Forum Thread: SA38435 for Google Picassa hot detected in PSI after 4 days.

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Anthony Wells SA38435 for Google Picassa hot detected in PSI after 4 days.
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SA38435 of 24/02/2010 reports a moderately critical vulnerability in Google Picasa version 3.6.. build 95.25 : the patch is to update to version 3.6. build 105.41

I have v3.6.95.25 loaded and has scanned by PSI on 27 and 28/02/2010 as being "patched" . "About" in the programme "help" menu confirms the same version and states the "programme is up to date" after a "check for updates" run on the same days .

I became aware of the problem as FileHioppo advised me of an available update on 25 or 26/02/2010 and shows version 3.6. build 105.41 as the latest available ; the changelog there seems to indicate a language update with no mention of "security" fixes .

Is anyone else having similar results or has my PC simply decided to do it's own thing ??

Anthony


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Anthony Wells RE: SA38435 for Google Picassa hot detected in PSI after 4 days.
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Last edited on 28th Feb, 2010 22:37
Great !! As has been reported elsewhere , you cannot edit the post you create , so I trust you will realise the the title should say " ..Picasa not ..." :))

FileHippo gets a new meaning as well !

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Anthony Wells RE: SA38435 for Google Picassa hot detected in PSI after 4 days.
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PSI now detecting Picasa correctly :)

Anthony

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