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TiMow Google Chrome/Secure Browsing
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Last edited on 16th Dec, 2010 08:18

FAO Emil/Morten/Secunia

For information purposes:

Following the introduction of Chrome 8.x nearly 2 wks. ago, and subsequent recent update to 8.0.552.224, there is still no Secure Browsing box in v.1.5.0.2.

Almost on a daily basis, I have fully exited PSI and re-launched and re-scanned -- but to no avail.

This doesn't represent a major problem for me and un- and re- installing PSI is not a necessary consideration as a possible solution.

I just wanted to bring this back to the attention of you and users, in case it was in danger of being over-looked.

I would also be interested in learning, if any users reading this, using PSI v.1.5.0.2, have a browser box for Chrome 8.x in Secure Browsing.

TiMow

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bletchman RE: Google Chrome/Secure Browsing
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I've had a similar experience.

PSI doesn't seem to be recognising Chrome as a browser.

Chrome appears in the Patched Programs tab, but PSI hangs when attempting to re-scan it.

Paul.

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