|sov||Wrong identification of Adobe Flash Professional|
|14th Jul, 2010 12:50|
User Since: 14th Jul, 2010
System Score: N/A
Has anyone noticed the same thing as I did: PSI seems to make a confusion between Adobe Flash Player and Flash Professional. Each time I scan my laptop, I get two warnings about Adobe Flash Players 9 and 10 not being up to date. The "offending" software is located in the respective directories of the Professional versions of Flash (9 and 10) in both cases an exec called flash.exe.
If I replace flash.exe by an up-to-date version of flashplayer.exe than PSI seems happy.
Windows XP Pro 32bits
|ddmarshall||RE: Wrong identification of Adobe Flash Professional|
|14th Jul, 2010 13:12|
User Since: 8th Nov 2008
System Score: 98%
Last edited on 14th Jul, 2010 13:14
|You may have done the wrong thing. Have a look at these threads:
with particular regards to the posts by Secunia Officials.
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