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Forum Thread: Previous Version Detected

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Adobe Systems
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Adobe Shockwave Player 11.x

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mm7232 Previous Version Detected
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My Windows 7 Program List indicates that I have Adobe Shockwave Player 11.5.9.615 installed. PSI, however, reports that the latest installed version is 10.4.1.30. I uninstalled, then re-installed the player, and then scanned my programs using OSI. OSI apparently detected the latest Adobe program, as Shockwave was not listed as insecure, but OSI DID list my Google Chrome browser version as 8.0.552.224 when Google reports that I have the latest (8xxx237 installed!

mogs RE: Previous Version Detected
Expert Contributor 15th Jan, 2011 22:36
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Hello.
Chrome doesn't remove the previous version/file automatically...it has to be removed manually. Secunia will continue to detect it even if in the Recycle bin.
Hope this helps....regards,

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mogs RE: Previous Version Detected
Expert Contributor 15th Jan, 2011 22:46
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See also Maurice Joyce's post here for info regarding your Shockwave and psi :-
http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/709...
Hope it helps...regards,

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