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Forum Thread: TeamSpeak 2.x CLIENT wrong version information

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bartman1 TeamSpeak 2.x CLIENT wrong version information
Member 26th May, 2010 02:14
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I have installed teamspeak CLIENT with the latest updated binary 2.0.33.7 from http://www.teamspeak.com/?page=downloads&archive=1

updated binary 2.0.33.7 is not development version nor beta, it is updated binary

Secunia PSI detects it as SERVER binary because it ask me to get latest version (2.0.23.19), that is only available for server version.

Teamspeak 3 is still very incomplete on some things so I hope you fix this version/client/server confusion.

Thanks

Anthony Wells RE: TeamSpeak 2.x CLIENT wrong version information
Expert Contributor 26th May, 2010 20:21
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@bartman ,

If a Secunia Official does not pick this up from this thread , you may wish to contact them at support@secunia.com .

Anthony


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M.Hansen RE: TeamSpeak 2.x CLIENT wrong version information
Secunia Official 27th May, 2010 15:04
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Hi

The PSI was picking the updated binary up as version 2.0.0.0 and thus flagging it as insecure.

I've corrected our rules and TeamSpeak 2.x is now correctly identified.

(You might need to perform a full scan for the changes to take place)

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