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Forum Thread: Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed

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Adobe Acrobat X 10.x

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fpaul Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed
Member 22nd Mar, 2011 14:19
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Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed. tried it several times!
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DrSkal RE: Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed
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I updated Acrobat X Pro via Adobe update programme. Everything fine. But Secunia doesn't realize it, it still reports the previous version.
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ddmarshall RE: Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed
Dedicated Contributor 22nd Mar, 2011 17:23
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You will have to give us more information.

Please post the Troubleshoot Report found by clicking the program entry in the scan results and any messages you received.

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Member 22nd Mar, 2011 17:39
Same here. Updated from within program, but Secunia is still flagging it as insecure.
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mpergande13 RE: Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed
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Ditto...12:19 CST
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oreo27 RE: Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed
Member 22nd Mar, 2011 18:28
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Hi,

I'm having the same issue. However, viewing the Help>About in Acrobat shows 10.2. When viewing the exe's detail tab on the properties from the right click context menu, it does show the older 10.1 version.

Hope this helps.

---START---

Program Name:
Adobe Acrobat X 10.x

Security State:
Insecure

Download Link:
http://ardownload.adobe.com/pub/adobe/acrobat/win/...

Instances Found:
D:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Acrobat 10.0\Acrobat\Acrobat.exe, version: 10.0.1.434

Last System Scan (localtime):
23. Mar 2011, 01:20

Operating System:
Microsoft Windows 7,

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ddmarshall RE: Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed
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Last edited on 22nd Mar, 2011 19:02
Looks like Adobe are up to their usual tricks and Secunia will have to dig around for a module to identify the version before they can update their rules.

This thread has been hijacked from fpaul's original problem which was that he couldn't install the update.

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fp001 RE: Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed
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Hallo,
in the update file I found only 3 Files:
authplay.dll
nppdf32.dll
nppdf32.dll_Apollo

but n o t acrobat.exe

So Secunia PSI probably cannot find any 10.02-acrobat.exe file.

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Freebyrdwil RE: Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed
Member 23rd Mar, 2011 14:31
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Installed correctly from Adobe however Secunia does not recognize.
Reported yesterday and was advised to rescan next day.
Still showing as insecure...Install Solution.
Using Windows 7
Waiting for Secunia to correct?
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M.Hansen RE: Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed
Secunia Official 24th Mar, 2011 11:13
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This issue should have been fixed now, please perform a full scan to get the updated rules.

Bonus:
Auto-Update for Adobe Acrobat 10.x has been enabled!
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Member 24th Mar, 2011 12:16
Excellent!
Thank you very much for the good work!
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Freebyrdwil RE: Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed
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Excellent,
Rescanned and works correctly.
Thank You!
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oreo27 RE: Acrobat Pro Update 10.02 cannot be installed
Member 24th Mar, 2011 15:57
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on 24th Mar, 2011 11:13, M.Hansen wrote:
This issue should have been fixed now, please perform a full scan to get the updated rules.

Bonus:
Auto-Update for Adobe Acrobat 10.x has been enabled!


Great! Thanks for the update :)


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