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Forum Thread: Installed Programs Not Identified in Scans

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GMW Installed Programs Not Identified in Scans
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Last edited on 16th Jan, 2011 18:11

Using PSI v2.0.0.3001
Recently I have installed several programs that have not been detected either by the tray monitor or in the scans in the main program.
Is there a reason for this?
Do I have to submit unidentified programs somewhere to enable their detection?
How does PSI identify a program?
I know in the past it has detected programs that were not even installed(had the install file on my system but hadn't installed the actual program).

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ddmarshall RE: Installed Programs Not Identified in Scans
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Last edited on 16th Jan, 2011 18:24
How does PSI identify a program: http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...

To report a missing program use the link at the top right of the Scan Results page.
Secunia do not normally monitor Beta or pre-release versions.

Check in Configuration > Settings > Drives that you are scanning all the drives you need to.

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