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Hello Ron ,

You set an "ignore rule" for the specific programme you wish to retain , despite it being "insecure" or "EOL" - be sure you know why you wish to do this and the potentially dangerous consequences .

Click the [+] to the left of the programme in question and in the PSI V2.0 you will see two small yellowish folder icons to the left of the "detected instance" , click the one with the red blob and you can set an "ignore rule" - the programme is no longer scanned . In V 1.5.x you will see the "ignore program" icon in the "toolbox" in the expanded page - the programme is still scanned but the results not displayed .

In future you would be best advised to create your own thread - see the lhs column on this page - rather the post under a blog which is/was not really relevant ; that way you may get less -ve votes and a quicker response .

Take care

Anthony

PS: posting your email address to an open forum is not a good idea - spam hell beckons ;((

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