Relating to this vendor:
And, this specific program:
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
|mcmillan||windows xp home edition|
|22nd Jul, 2010 23:12|
User Since: 25th May, 2010
System Score: N/A
|What's the problem can't seems to ignore the xp home edition from the secunia insecure group.|
|taffy078||RE: windows xp home edition|
|22nd Jul, 2010 23:22|
User Since: 26th Feb 2009
System Score: 100%
Last edited on 22nd Jul, 2010 23:23
|Hi mcmillan - and welcome to secunia.
Being new, you won’t know that this section, “ Vulnerabilities”, is used by the Secunia team to announce news of problems.
You will have more chance of getting help, and more quickly, if you post a new thread in one of the other sections (see the list on the left).
Exactly what is the problem you are having please? Also, it will help when you reply if you tell us what PC/operating system etc you have, as I have done in my signature.
taffy078, West Yorkshire, UK
Desktop: Compaq Presario (OEM) 32 bit / AMD Athlon / 2 GB RAM
XP Home - SP3/ IE8/ Norton IS - Secunia PSI v22.214.171.12403
Laptop: Win 7 / IE11 / PSI v126.96.36.19903
|This user no longer exists||RE: windows xp home edition|
|23rd Jul, 2010 08:42|
When dealing with updates for Microsoft products, it is important to remember that some of them don't "kick in" until you've rebooted your system. Therefore, when updating windows applications, it is recomended to install all available patches from Windows Update, reboot, check windows updates again (installing everything available and rebooting), and then finally rescan.
You should be shown as secure.
hope this helps.