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Forum Thread: Wrong ver-nr on Chrome

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Google
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Google Chrome 11.x

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margote Wrong ver-nr on Chrome
Member 2nd May, 2011 07:29
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Download Link:
http://www.google.com/chrome

Instances Found:
C:\Users\Margot\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Applic ation\11.0.696.60\chrome.dll, version: 11.0.696.60

Last System Scan (localtime):
1. May 2011, 11:05

Operating System:
Microsoft Windows 7,

This is what I have, and the program wants me to get down ver. 11.0.696.57 !!!

Something wrong, I think

mogs RE: Wrong ver-nr on Chrome
Expert Contributor 2nd May, 2011 07:43
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@margote
There must be at least half a dozen threads currently running on the the forum concerning this topic ! Versions 57 and 60 are both secure.....'57 was a security release and '60 was a bug-fix a day later. psi goes by the security fixes not the bug fixes and cosmetic enhancements.....a constant factor when advising/offering updates. Unfortunately, in this instance, it has raised this anomaly.....hopefully the detection rules will be amended shortly.
If you sit tight with the '60 version you have, I'm sure matters will soon be resolved.
Hope this is of some help......regards,

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Member 2nd May, 2011 09:13
Hi,

We corrected a minor issue with our version rules. If you run a full rescan, the proper security status should be shown.

hope this helps.
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