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cever76 Updates
Member 28th Feb, 2010 23:43
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I updated Firefox to 3.6 Version as soon as the patch was published but the scan still shows it as insecure

thedillpickl RE: Updates
Contributor 1st Mar, 2010 03:35
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Hi cever76;

Does FF show up in "Insecure Programs" or "Secure Browsing".

If in "Insecure", what is the "Version Detected" & "Installation Path" given by PSI in "Technical details"? Also, what is you Operating System?

If in "Secure Browsing", all browsers are vulnerable, PSI lets you know how & why.


regards;

Fred


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cever76 RE: Updates
Member 2nd Mar, 2010 17:29
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The problem had to do with a Java installation. By deleting it the problem was settled. Thanks
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