|chrispok5||Scan comes on while on computer|
|5th Mar, 2010 03:07|
User Since: 19th Oct, 2009
System Score: N/A
|Is there some way to have the scan during the middle of the night when I'm in bed and not using my computer. I'm getting sick and tired of this f-bombing b.s. of where this scan comes on it slows down my computer and it takes forever for what I was trying to do.|
|wr||RE: Scan comes on while on computer|
|5th Mar, 2010 05:47|
User Since: 30th Mar 2008
System Score: 100%
|Hi chrispok5 & welcome to the Forum
The PSI scan is automatically set for every 7 days plus the
difference in time zones. You didn't fill out a Profile so I
don't know your location. I'll give you an example using my time
zone which is US Eastern. My last scan was on 4March2010 09:24
my next scheduled scan is 11March2010 15:24--7 days + 6hours.
The 6 hrs. is the difference between my time zone & that of Secunia.
To change the time of your scan just do a full manual scan & the PSI scanner should reset itself.
Hope this helps.
HP Pavilion Slimline s3020n
Windows Vista Home Premium SP2 32 bit
AMD 64 Athlon X2
Firefox 31.2.0 ESR
The weakest link of a computer system is always sitting in front of the monitor.
|This user no longer exists||RE: Scan comes on while on computer|
|5th Mar, 2010 10:34|
As wr correctly remarked, the PSI auto-scans each week. It would usually be a good idea to scan more than once a week, though, as new patches are rolled out on a day-to-day basis. The Secunia PSI, however, does not support scheduled scans. That is a feature of the Secunia CSI - Commercial Software Inspector - intended for enterprise customers.
A little "trick", though, if you wish to run the weekly scheduled scan at night, is to scan at a very late hour. The PSI scans a ahead from that scan, so you could technically target it at a late time.
Hope this helps.
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