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Forum Thread: PSI not reporting patched Google Chrome

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harkas PSI not reporting patched Google Chrome
Member 28th May, 2010 19:45
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I have installed version 5.0.375.55 of Google Chrome after PSI reported version 4.x as insecure.

Now it will not recognize Google Chrome as installed on my computer.

TiMow RE: PSI not reporting patched Google Chrome
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Last edited on 29th May, 2010 15:11
Hi harkas

Unfortunately I see no one's been able to provide any information to your problem.

At the time of the new Chrome release, the following thread was posted:

http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/433...

The solution in the green box from Secunia reports that the new update is now recognised.

I have since installed this version and removed the old insecure file, and everything is as it should be (in patched).

A couple of months back Secunia carried out some maintenance work on the server, which caused a few reporting errors, similar to yours. The advice at the time was to un- and re- install PSI.
As there is (as of yesterday) a new version of PSI available, the updating to this may return you to "normal".

TiMow

EDIT: Judging by the replies appearing on the thread relating to the new PSI update, I would add that my recommendation to update should now be treated with some caution.

EDIT2: Using Firefox and not IE to download new PSI update, seems to offer successful installation.

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