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Forum Thread: this should be insecure but it is NOT on my PC

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Macromedia Flash Player 8.x

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botchika this should be insecure but it is NOT on my PC
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what now

Agent_Smith RE: this should be insecure but it is NOT on my PC
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Is it not end-of-life? In either case you should uninstall it and run 9 or 10 instead. If you post some more details perhaps some Secunia guys could pick up on it and check if it is correctly detected.
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NebraskaChick84 RE: this should be insecure but it is NOT on my PC
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how do you uninstall it, the link I found just uninstalls the current version and not the version that it says is insecure.
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E.Jeppesen RE: this should be insecure but it is NOT on my PC
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The Secunia PSI can always tell you exactly what it has detected and where it is. In many cases that will give you a clue to why the PSI is detecting what it is. To see the detected file you can always simply hover the cursor over its entry in the PSI. And if you use the advanced interface you can also expand the entries in the PSI and then use the buttons Technical details and Open Folder.

If you have a program that do not show up in Ad/Remove Programs and do not seem possible to uninstall, you can contact the vendor of the program for advice.

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