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Forum Thread: Media Player Classic 6.x

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Media Player Classic 6.x

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Media Player Classic 6.x

Secunia Media Player Classic 6.x
Secunia Official 4th Apr, 2010 19:59
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Vulnerability report: Media Player Classic 6.x

jpennycook RE: Media Player Classic 6.x
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Last edited on 4th Apr, 2010 19:59
Product is now being developed at a new URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/guliverkli2
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Anthony Wells RE: Media Player Classic 6.x
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@jpennycook ,

This situation was recently discussed with input from Secunia here (scroll down):-

http://secunia.com/advisories/26806/

I get my software as Media Player Classic-Home Cinema from the K-lite Codec Pack here (I use the Mega pack) :-

http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm

PSI shows the current version 1.3.1752.0 as secure in it's "patched" tab .

K-Lite offers an alternate choice of MPC as the latest version 6.4.9.1 rev 107 , but I think PSI will still show it as "insecure/End of Life" ; if you have confidence in it you could risk setting an "ignore rule" and all that implies .

Hope that helps .

Anthony



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joycej53 RE: Media Player Classic 6.x
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I just now updated Secunia so I am behind the rest of you. I am considering the ignore rule but also wondering if another Media Player takes up where this one leave off if I uninstall it? Anyone know?
Joyce

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Brussels RE: Media Player Classic 6.x
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Hope I am posting in the correct place.

Secunia says I have Media Player Classic 6.4.9.0 installed. I want to uninstall it but cannot find it in Add-Remove programs. Also cannot find it in the Start menu of Windows XP.

The path Secunia is showing is C Programs - Media Player Classic. mplayerc.exe and mplayerc.ini files are there.

Can anyone give me advice for uninstalling Media Player Classic?

Thanks
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Anthony Wells RE: Media Player Classic 6.x
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Hello Brussels ,

You would be better starting your own thread under programmes as this one deals with the MPC vulnerabilities themselves rather than your problem of deleting the/a programme .

If you have followed the Secunia PSI pathway to the Media Player Classic folder you can delete the individual files or the entire folder - if you so wish , Windows system is not dependent upon it - by right clicking and selecting delete .

If you are not sure whether other programmes depend on MPC you can always rename a folder or file by , say , adding _old to the end of the .exe to read ".exe_old" .

You can then delete the file at your leisure if such action has shown no side effects .

Deleting or renaming will remove the files/folder from the PSI scan .

If you have further trouble , create your own thread in the relevant sub-forum ; see top left column on this page .

Take care

Anthony

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jimvs RE: Media Player Classic 6.x
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I have removed every instance, file and folder I can find related to Mplayer including the original .exe file and PSI still says I have one. There is nothing at all like it or relating to K-lite codecs in that folder ( I also deleted the K-lite) so I am at a loss as to my next move. PSI has scanned several times since removal and still tells me it's in that same folder.

Any ideas?
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