Forum Thread: Mozilla Thunderbird 3.1.3 fails to be elliminated

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tonyinma Mozilla Thunderbird 3.1.3 fails to be elliminated
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Mozilla Thunderbird 3.1.3 fails to be elliminated after reinstalling and rescanning?

mogs RE: Mozilla Thunderbird 3.1.3 fails to be elliminated
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Hello.
What is the path to the vulnerability ?
If using psi 1.5.01 or 2....switch to the Advanced interface ( top right of psi panel.
Click on the + sign alongside the entry to expand it...see the file path...click again on tech Details to confirm it.
If using psi 2.0 Beta...go to the Results page from the Dashboard.....click on the + sign....click again twice for more information....see the file path in the lower section.
If uncertain how to proceed, post that info back to the forum....it helps to include details of OS; psi version etc..
Hope this helps regards,


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Member 22nd Sep, 2010 10:21
Hi,

What, exactly, do you mean "eliminated"?
Version 3.1.3 is the latest secure version, and if you install this version, the PSI should be showing you as Secure.
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mogs RE: Mozilla Thunderbird 3.1.3 fails to be elliminated
Expert Contributor 22nd Sep, 2010 11:33
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Just noticed on the Computeractive site that there is a version 3.1.4 available.
http://www.computeractive.co.uk/vnunet/downloads/2...


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