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Forum Thread: Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Microsoft Windows XP Professional

Secunia Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Secunia Official 25th Mar, 2010 15:43
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Vulnerability report: Microsoft Windows XP Professional

pozitif45

RE: Microsoft Windows XP Professional
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TiMow RE: Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Dedicated Contributor 23rd Apr, 2010 18:51
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Hi peony99

It appears that all replies to this advisory are marked with a negative relevancy score, but let's live dangerously - I'll try to offer a small piece of advice to your specific problem. (Sometimes it's better to start a new thread, than tag onto a Secunia advisory).

A couple of recent issues, including XP Home and my own Java problem, have been resolved by upgrading PSI from v.1.5.0.0. to 1.5.0.1., by simply removing Secunia PSI from add/remove and downloading the latest aforementioned version.

As a user for quite a while, I'm guessing that you could still be using the old version of PSI, like I was - if not, I can't help further.

This may not apply to the above advisory, but may be helpful to you.

TiMow

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Computing is not yet a perfect science - it still requires humans.
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