Forum Thread: Are these legitimate? ie safe to install?

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jasoom8685 Are these legitimate? ie safe to install?
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I received a whole bunch of emails with "Secunia Security Advisories" in the subject line. Are these all legitimate? I've never seenso many!! One of them wants me to download the latest PSI 2.0 which I already have. Is that request legitimate?

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Maurice Joyce RE: Are these legitimate? ie safe to install?
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Right click on the Tasktray icon>about>the version number should be 2.0.0.3001.

That will give a clue.

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mogs RE: Are these legitimate? ie safe to install?
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Hello.
If you don't want to receive the Advisories, go to "My Profile" on the left of this page and uncheck the box concerning. What fingerwork is legitimate these days ?!

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jasoom8685 RE: Are these legitimate? ie safe to install?
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My question is not how to unsubscribe but can I trust that these are not maliicous programs? How do I know which is which?

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