Forum Thread: OSI again reports Adobe Reader 9.3.1 as insecure

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Erasmus OSI again reports Adobe Reader 9.3.1 as insecure
Member 10th May, 2010 12:20
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The wrong detection of version 4.3.1.x as discussed and reported as fixed in thread "OSI still reporting Adobe Reader 9.3.1 as insecure" does occur again!

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Member 10th May, 2010 12:24
Hi,

Have you tried clearing your Java cache, and scanning again?
http://www.java.com/en/download/help/plugin_cache....
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Erasmus RE: OSI again reports Adobe Reader 9.3.1 as insecure
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Sorry, I sent my first post to the wrong forum!
OSI correctly reports "the scan that just completed of your PC did not detect any insecure program"
while PSI detects the old version 9.3.0.148 which is updated with AdbeRdrUpd931_all_incr.msp since February 18th. (I had no detections since then until todays scan)
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Member 10th May, 2010 15:03
Hi,
Could you try reinstalling the PSI? Has this solved the issue?
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Erasmus RE: OSI again reports Adobe Reader 9.3.1 as insecure
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I did the following 1) complete deinstall PSI
2) download installer from secunia
3) new install PSI

this did not solve the "problem"
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Member 11th May, 2010 08:47
Hi,

Please try clicking the "Solution" button in the PSI again, and install the resulting patch. There are several upgrades for Adobe Reader, and you may not have gotten them all. If this still gives an incorrect scan result, you could try reinstalling Adobe Reader, and patching the new install.

hope this helps.
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