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jank1 Adobe Bridge CS4 Problem
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I'm running Windows XP and I keep getting an insecure warning for Adobe Bridge CS4. I've used the link and visited Adobe's site directly but the only updates I can find are for the Macintosh platform. Am I missing something? Thanks.

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Member 14th May, 2010 14:38
Hi,

Does this link help any?
http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp...
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jank1 RE: Adobe Bridge CS4 Problem
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No. Your link takes me to a Bridge Update for Windows , but when I go to install it, it says "Cannot Install...Adobe Output Module 2.1 Already Installed". When I rescan, I still get Adobe Bridge Insecure....Secunia Advisory (SA24854) which takes me back to the Macintosh update which naturally won't work. Thanks.
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Member 17th May, 2010 09:52
Hi,

Please tell me the "Secunia Advisory" (SA) ID for this problem. You can get this number by clicking "Advanced" (in the top right corner), clicking the Insecure tab, navigating to the program in question, clicking the "+" button to expand, click "online references", and give me the "SAXXXXX" number. With this, I can determine which version you need.
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jank1 RE: Adobe Bridge CS4 Problem
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The SA number is as I indicated above, 24854. The Secunia product page number is 6152. Thanks.
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Member 18th May, 2010 08:46
Last edited on 18th May, 2010 08:47 Hi,

I think this is the source of the confusion.
SA24854 (http://secunia.com/advisories/24854) only concerns Adobe Bridge 1.x, and not Adobe Bridge CS4. There is no advisory or version rule that would cause an installation of "Bridge CS4" to show as insecure.

I have added a direct download that should hopefully solve the problem for Adobe Bridge 1.x, assuming this is the product you have installed. Please try running this update and let me know how it goes.
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jank1 RE: Adobe Bridge CS4 Problem
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Your new new link now takes me to the correct location in Adobe. Their "fix" doesn't work, I think because I'm running one application from CS2 (Go Live) which forces Bridge 1.0 to install, plus all of CS4, which their software was never set up to handle. I manually removed the Bridge 1.0 exe file. Everything seems to still work and Secunia is happy. Thanks for the help.
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