|runrig||Chrome not updated|
|18th Sep, 2010 14:59|
User Since: 29th Aug, 2010
System Score: N/A
I have Google Chrome 6.0.472.62
PSI is showing 6.0.472.59 as patched
This has happened before, in fact on last Chrome update
Chrome is default browser
heaven doesn't want me, and hell is afraid I'll take over
|TiMow||RE: Chrome not updated|
|18th Sep, 2010 17:55|
User Since: 26th Jun 2009
System Score: N/A
Last edited on 18th Sep, 2010 18:06
|Using PSI 126.96.36.199, I had the same as you reported - 6.0.472.59 showing as patched, and About Chrome showing 6.0.472.62.
Went to the file location in Windows Explorer to check both were present, then deleted the old file. Pop up bubble showed Chrome ...59 and Gears removed.
Re-scanned PSI - pop up bubble showed new programs of Chrome ...62 and Gears. Correct version (...62) showing in Patched and Chrome is present under Secure Browsing (188.8.131.52 only).
Even with the differences with 2.0 beta, a rescan of PSI may do the trick, also, for you.
ADDITION: In the following Secunia Vuln. Rep. relating to insecure embedded flash plug-in in Chrome, @Kurosh has posted that this has been fixed in the latest update, correctly relaying the info. in the Chrome blog link he posted.
As of time of posting Secunia rules are not reflecting this according to Chrome listing under Secure Browsing (184.108.40.206) - still showing as a cat. 5 threat.
Computing is not yet a perfect science - it still requires humans.
|mogs||RE: Chrome not updated|
|18th Sep, 2010 20:42|
User Since: 22nd Apr 2009
System Score: 100%
|This information was also posted in CYBERCLIPS 95 at 0937hrs this morning.
Tho' I've got psi 2.0 Beta installed, have neither Stable nor Beta Chrome nor Frame, so unable to comment on other findings.
I have to rely on my own memory faculties when it comes to removing old dev and canary build files !! The actual release timings are oft when I 'm out at work ! Hope this is informative.
|This user no longer exists||RE: Chrome not updated|
|20th Sep, 2010 09:07|
Our rules have been updated. If you run a full rescan, the PSI will flag any version prior to 6.0.472.62 as Insecure.
hope this helps.
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