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Forum Thread: World of warcraft detected as starcraft 2.x

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cesar1er World of warcraft detected as starcraft 2.x
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C:\World of Warcraft\Launcher.exe that's the file that is not correctly detected

mogs RE: World of warcraft detected as starcraft 2.x
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Hello.
Is the file path showing in your post that which Secunia psi has detected or vica versa ? If it's detected as starcraft 2.x what is the file path to that ?
I find your post somewhat confusing inasmuch as it could be easily misconstrued......you know you've got Warcraft ....Secunia says starcraft ? Is it also saying it is vulnerable ?
Are you using psi with the Advanced interface ? You'll gain access to more info if you do....
Please provide as much info as possible when posting to the forum...details of OS are often helpful.
As you've been using Secunia for quite some time, you may already be aware of many things, so I won't go further into the matter until you establish exactly what your problem is. Please be more specific. Thankyou and regards,

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thedillpickl RE: World of warcraft detected as starcraft 2.x
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Hi cesar1er;

The two games appear to use the same launcher.exe , this would not be uncommon.

You might want to contact Blizzard Entertainment support at https://us.blizzard.com/support/index.xml?locale=e... to see if this is true.

PSI would not know which game you were using the file for.


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cesar1er RE: World of warcraft detected as starcraft 2.x
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Last edited on 7th Aug, 2010 04:18
Hi mogs, sorry for the confusion, i thought i was clear enough. i hope this time you have enough details to work with. So the situation is i have World of warcraft installed on my computer.
Starcraft 2 is not installed on my computer.

Looking further is saw two entries in PSI related to WOW:
Starcraft 2.0x
World of warcraft 3.x

They are both seen as patched. i thought i should report this. That is all. Because users might get confused trying to update the wrong program.


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Starcraft 2.0x:

Technical details about this installation of StarCraft 2.x, you can use this information to determine why the Secunia PSI detected the program and the security state of it.

Version Detected:
2.1.1.1569

Installation Path:
C:\World of Warcraft\Launcher.exe

Last Inspection of Program:
6th Aug. 2010, 18:15 CET
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This installation of StarCraft 2.x was detected as being patched.

The Secunia PSI has not detected any missing security related patches for this program. No further actions are currently needed.

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World of warcraft 3.x:

Technical details about this installation of World of Warcraft 3.x, you can use this information to determine why the Secunia PSI detected the program and the security state of it.

Version Detected:
3.3.5.12340

Installation Path:
C:\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

Last Inspection of Program:
6th Aug. 2010, 18:15 CET

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World of Warcraft 3.x 3.3.5.12340 -
World of Warcraft 3.x
This installation of World of Warcraft 3.x was detected as being patched.

The Secunia PSI has not detected any missing security related patches for this program. No further actions are currently needed. Installation Path
C:\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe


[bMy computer info:[/b]
Windows 7 x64 ultimate using French OS and Advanced interface of PSI in French.
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Hi thedillpickl
(unknown source)
The two games appear to use the same launcher.exe , this would not be uncommon.


That's what i thought.
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have a nice day!
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mogs RE: World of warcraft detected as starcraft 2.x
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Thanks for the explanation cesar1er !
So it's not so much about vulnerability.....some disagreement with Secunia as to what it has detected tho'....as being patched/safe ?
Secunia don't always reply to these threads; and it may be Monday before they look thro' the forum.
For other users to benefit from your findings and experience: it might be best if you report the matter direct to Secunia support, via e mail.
Please keep us advised as with regards your progress.....regards,

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