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Forum Thread: ScribeFire 3.x (extension for Firefox)

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ScribeFire 3.x (extension for Firefox)

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ScribeFire 3.x (extension for Firefox)

Secunia ScribeFire 3.x (extension for Firefox)
Secunia Official 3rd Apr, 2010 13:27
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Vulnerability report: ScribeFire 3.x (extension for Firefox)

nostirrups RE: ScribeFire 3.x (extension for Firefox)
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Last edited on 3rd Apr, 2010 13:27
I have the latest version of this extension installed, yet PSI identifies it as needing an upgrade.
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yinepuhotep RE: ScribeFire 3.x (extension for Firefox)
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I'm having the same problem. I have the most recent update of this installed, yet Secunia PSI continues to flag it as insecure. When is Secunia going to fix this problem?
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mogs RE: ScribeFire 3.x (extension for Firefox)
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Hello to both .
I notice you both joined up with Secunia about the same time ; yet I'm not sure that either of you is using psi with the Advanced interface.
I don't know much 'bout FF....but find myself wondering if you are sure that it is not a case that psi is detecting the older version/leftover file ?
Are you using the most recent version of psi ?
Remember that psi will detect insecure progs etc., even if still in the Recycle Bin.
Can you post to the forum the file path to the insecurity it is showing ?
Might it not also be a good idea to fill in the gaps in your profiles.....save you later having to repeat. You can also include some info in the Signature box that may be found useful from time to time. Hope you find something of help.......regards

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Anthony Wells RE: ScribeFire 3.x (extension for Firefox)
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@nostirrups and yinepuhotep ,

It would help if you post the following info :-

Which PSI "tab" is showing up with your problem ??

What version and installation path is being displayed ??

What is the Secunia Advisory that relates to your/ the problem ??

Has this problem just appeared in the last 14 to 21 days ??

Anthony



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