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Forum Thread: Thunderbird 3.1.7

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jenhek Thunderbird 3.1.7
Member 13th Dec, 2010 15:17
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Updated, Thunderbird upgraded to 3.1.7 but Secunia says it's still 3.1.6

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Member 13th Dec, 2010 15:34
Last edited on 13th Dec, 2010 15:34 Hi,

My tests indicate that this update should work without any issues.
Please try this procedure:

1) Download the solution from within the PSI, and run the update (If not using Auto-Updates)
2) Run a full rescan with the PSI.

Are you still shown as insecure?
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jenhek RE: Thunderbird 3.1.7
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Full scan worked out, programm re-scan not.
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TiMow RE: Thunderbird 3.1.7
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on 13th Dec, 2010 16:03, jenhek wrote:
Full scan worked out, programm re-scan not.

Program re-scan is very hit and miss - mainly miss in my experience.
Always advisable to run full scan - saves time (in long run) and hassle.

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jollyrogger RE: Thunderbird 3.1.7
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on 13th Dec, 2010 15:17, jenhek wrote:
Updated, Thunderbird upgraded to 3.1.7 but Secunia says it's still 3.1.6



Hi

I have the same problem.
Furthermore, the download size thru the secunia link is bigger than via the official mozilla website.
Still further, when I install the german version of thunderbird, I receive the allert of level 4 (threat).
It appears, only the american-english is recognized.
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Anthony Wells RE: Thunderbird 3.1.7
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Hi Jollyrogger ,

If a full scan has not given you the all clear , then you do not have the same problem as the OP . As , his/her problem is solved , the OP may close this thread at any time , so you may be best advised to create your own thread for your problem (see lhs column on this page) .

You will need to add the following details :-

Your version of the PSI being used on which OS .

Do you have a "patched/up to date version" of TB displayed in the PSI as well as an "insecure/out of date" version ?? What is/are the "installation path(s)" or "detected instances" displayed by the PSI - click the [+] to the left of the programme to expand the display ??

PSI detects all language versions of most programmes , but the solution offered is generally the International/ English version -you can select your language in "auto-update" in the Beta - note that the "default" displayed is English and not your local/system language . These are known to and considered by Secunia as a "bugs" .

Let us know your progress.

Anthony

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