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Forum Thread: Opera

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Opera Software
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Opera 10.x

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Mr.OKEK Opera
Member 20th Oct, 2010 09:14
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Posts: 9
User Since: 18th Oct, 2010
System Score: 92%
Location: DE
Secunia meldet Opera ist unsicher! Diese Meldung ist falsch!
Opera Version 10.63 Build 3516 Plattform Win32 update wurde installiert!

Google Translate:
Secunia reports Opera is insecure! This message is wrong! Opera Version 10.63 Build 3516 Platform Win32 update was installed!


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M.Hansen RE: Opera
Secunia Official 20th Oct, 2010 09:35
Score: 188
Posts: 410
User Since: 26th Jan 2009
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Location: Copenhagen, DK
Hi
I believe you are referring to Opera's insecure status in "Secure Browsing", am I correct?

In "Secure Browsing" you will also be notified if there is a unpatched vulnerabillity in your browser, or in some of the plugins/add-ons that affects that browser.

When you are affected by unpatched vulnerabilities, it's up to you how to proceed.

Some of your options could be:
1. Use a different browser that is secure to use.
2. Uninstall/disable the insecure browser/plugin.
3. Read the details about the vulnerabilities by clicking the SA link in the PSI, so you know how the vulnerability is triggered, so you can easier avoid it.

I hope this answered your question.
Mr.OKEK RE: Opera
Member 20th Oct, 2010 15:47
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User Since: 18th Oct 2010
System Score: 92%
Location: DE
Danke für den Vorschlag! Aber wegen WEB-Design kontrollier ich mit mehreren Browser die Kompalibität!

GT: Thanks for the suggestion! But during WEB-controlled design with multiple browser Kompalibität I die!

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Anthony Wells RE: Opera
Expert Contributor 20th Oct, 2010 16:28
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That is a horrendous translation by GT :)) GT gives me "I die" (English) = "Ich sterbe" (German)

I will continue with help in your Firefox thread , it may cover Opera at the same time .

Anthony

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