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mscperu1 PSI indicates insecure older versions of iTunes and Adobe Reader which have been uninstalled
Member 5th Dec, 2008 11:37
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Greetings.

I've installed the most recent version 8 and it indicates the presence of version 7 as not patched. I uninstalled version 8 and get the same indication.

The same happened with Adobe Reader. Installed the last version 9 and get the warning for Adobe Reader 8.

I've rescanned. No change.

Otherwise it says: 99% secure.

Thank you for your help.

talloaktree1 RE: PSI indicates insecure older versions of iTunes and Adobe Reader which have been uninstalled
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I am having the same problem. I was running 100% up until a couple of weeks ago. First problem was Adobe Reader and now iTunes keeps popping up. I guess I am going to have to be happy with 98% until something happens.
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wr RE: PSI indicates insecure older versions of iTunes and Adobe Reader which have been uninstalled
Contributor 17th Mar, 2009 18:55
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To locate the exact file that the Secunia PSI has detected, please follow these guidelines using the
advanced interface:
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* Click on the entry of the program to expand it.
* Click on Technical details to see the installation path of the detected file.
* Remember the installation path and close down the menu.
* Click Open Folder and locate the detected file.
You can then manually delete these remnants-reboot-rescan & hopefully all is well. Good luck & regards. wr

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talloaktree1 RE: PSI indicates insecure older versions of iTunes and Adobe Reader which have been uninstalled
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Thank You. Thank You. I went into the Advanced Area and did what you told me to do and it solved my problem. Now I am getting 100% now. Appreciate the help and Thank You again.
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wr RE: PSI indicates insecure older versions of iTunes and Adobe Reader which have been uninstalled
Contributor 18th Mar, 2009 18:08
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You are very welcome. Good to see all is well & you're score is back to 100%.
Everyone likes a easy fix.
Regards, wr

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