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metalshark Double December Bug
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The "Security patches for your programs during the past months" chart is showing December twice, whilst missing out November.

http://img830.imageshack.us/img830/5969/decdec.png

Anthony Wells RE: Double December Bug
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Hah ! Now you mention it , my display is showing the same "mistake" .

Anthony

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Member 15th Dec, 2010 10:19
Hi,

Thank you both for your feedback. I have confirmed this issue, and filed a bug report with our developers, who will consider a solution for a future version.

If you have any further feedback, comments or questions, please do not hesitate to let us know!
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eaglestreet RE: Double December Bug
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I have a similar symptom. On my Patch History chart the scale runs from Jul thru Dec, but Nov is missing. Do you think this is a related problem?
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Anthony Wells RE: Double December Bug
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Yes , if you have two Dec's displaying or perhaps you have a variation on the theme ; I get 6 months displayed from Jul to Dec , how many have you got ?? How many Dec's ?? How do you differ from the screen capture linked in the first post by @metalshark ??

Anthony



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mogs RE: Double December Bug
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I've got five of the six months showing......no November !!

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eaglestreet139 RE: Double December Bug
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I've only got five months out of six displayed (no Nov and just one Dec). Also my display differs in that the data points are not connected by lines. In playing around with the graph, I note that all the data points on the graph disappear if I expand or contract the size of the page. The points are restored if I right click on the graph and then click "Select All".

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Win 7 32 bit OS
Chrome 8.0.552.224
IE 9 BETA 9.0.7930.16406
Secunia PSI 2.0 BETA 1.9.0.6001
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Anthony Wells RE: Double December Bug
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Hi Eaglestreet ,

Prior to Beta version 1.9.0.6001 because the PSI does not play properly withe the IE9 Beta , posters have/had reported graphics display problems ; at the time Secunia could not do anything about them from it's end - I , personally , have not heard of any progress for the latest versions .

You may have the first bug (with a Mogs variation) complicated by IE9 ; support may be able to shed more light when the are back to the PSI on Monday CET .

Take care

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Member 20th Dec, 2010 12:27
Hi,

Thank you all for your feedback.
This issue should have been resolved in the (now final and released) PSI 2.0. If you download and install the latest release (Here: http://secunia.com/PSISetup.exe), does the issue still occur?

Furthermore, please not that Internet Explorer 9.x is currently not support - I recommend you either downgrade to a supported version, or wait until IE9 is out of beta.

hope this helps.
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Anthony Wells RE: Double December Bug
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Hello Emil ,

Version 2.0.0.1001 loaded , locked and running with no install or start up errors that (I have) experienced in the past :)))

The graphs/shiny bits all now seem to be displaying correctly on my XP SP3 with IE8 .

After a quick check of the basics , other points to note are :-

Secure browsing at last (re)shows all my Firefox add-ons :))

Still no list of other programmes with "insecure , no solution" vulnerabilities :((( Hopefully someone will use the API to develop something ; as long as it is not banned by the powers that be . What is this commercial conflict you mentioned some weeks/months ago ??

And finally , the invisible green and nauseous "amber" colours of the tray icon are still seriously disagreeable to my squinting , tired , ageing , slow brown eyes :(((( Go give the developers a good talking to on my behalf

Thanks

Anthony





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