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Secunia Software Inspector and Adobe Flash Player Problem


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911pchelp

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I was trying to determine why my internet download speed was slow (turns out its the Avast Web Shield) and ran the Secunia Software Inspector. It found that my ADOBE Flash Player was (supposedly) back level (Version 7.x) and their 'download' link pointed me to the newest version. I downloaded and installed - it said install was successful. Ran Secunia again and got the exact same thing. Tried 4 times uninstalling/downloading from various sites/reinstalling ... always the same result from Secunia.

Any suggestion ?
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Hi 911pchelp,

I can't offer any help, but I am having a similar issue with Secunia (hence the bumping).

It tells me my Firefox is insecure and requires updating. Yet I have the latest version (3.5.4). In fact, I updated it just recently.
It had two entries for Pidgin (2.6.2). I clicked the direct link in one entry to update it to 2.6.3, which was successful. But the second entry remained. So I used the quick link in that entry to repeat the update to 2.6.3, but afterward the entry was still there.

Is this a bug in Secunia PSI? Maybe I should report it to them (possibly adding my voice to many other voices).

Anybody knows anything about that?

SOADA

Edited by S.O.A.D.A., 29 October 2009 - 06:58 PM.

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