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orisrb33 Multiple Category 5 Threats
Member 27th May, 2010 03:21
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Every time secunia runs, I have the same threats. I apply the patch using OSI Solution, re-scan, and receive the same threats. This has been an ongoing problem for about 2 months. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

The threats are:

Adobe Reader 9.x - D:\9779966039\100319\program files\ adobe\reader 9.0\
reader\acrord32.exe

Adobe Reader 9.x - D:\9779966039\091223\program files\ adobe\reader 9.0\
reader\acrord32.exe

Apple Itunes 8.x - D:\9779966039\090406\program files\ itunes\itunes.exe

Apple Itunes 9.x - D:\9779966039\100319\program files\ itunes\itunes.exe

Apple Itunes 9.x - D:\9779966039\100319\program files\ itunes\itunes.exe

Apple Safari 4.x - D:\9779966039\091223\program files\ safari\safari.exe

Google Chrome 4.x - D:\9779966039\100326\program files\ google\chrome\
application\4.1.249.1042\chrome.dllinstaller.exe from dl.google.com

Google Chrome 4.x - D:\9779966039\100129\program files\ google\chrome\
application\4.0.249.78\chrome.dllinstaller.exe from dl.google.com

Google Chrome 4.x - D:\9779966039\100212\program files\ google\chrome\
application\4..0.249.89\chrome.dllinstaller.exe from dl.google.com

Thank you.

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wr RE: Multiple Category 5 Threats
Contributor 27th May, 2010 06:04
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Hi orisrb33 & welcome to the Forum

I notice all the programs you list are on your
D drive. Is this a back-up or manufacturers
re-installation drive? If so you can safely create a
ignore rule as these have no exposure.

Use or switch to the Advanced mode & do the following:

a.Click on CREATE IGNORE RULE

b.In the RULE NAME BOX insert something like MY BACKUP DRIVE (MY PARTITION DRIVE)

c.In the RULE BOX type D:\(or the drive letter you wish to ignore)

d.Click SAVE IGNORE RULE>CLOSE

Hope this helps.

Regards, wr

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