SUMo : Keep your software up to date

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Kyle_Katarn, Dec 20, 2011.

  1. Kyle_Katarn

    Kyle_Katarn Registered Member

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    Most probable cause is SUMo scanning a wrong file with these data... or junk data injection into the server (what i feared first) but not confirmed so far. This is now under my direct monitoring.
     
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    Here's the screen capture from the G Data UI, showing the so-called phishing report.
    Note that G Data mentions any detection as 'virus', which is stupid. G Data assumes its user base is ignorant.
    "De toegang is geweigerd" is Dutch for Access has been denied.

    G Data KC Softwares phishing alert.png

    False positive reported by me as well.
    Note that it takes G Data about a week or more to clear false positives, if they do at all.
     
  4. Buddel

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    OK, thanks very much, Kyle.

    Edit: Here are the properties of two CCleaner files:
    CCleaner.exe: version 5.37.92.6309
    CCUpdate.exe: version 17.8.77.0

    So version 17.8.77.0 belongs to CCUpdate.exe, not to CCleaner.exe.
     
  5. Kyle_Katarn

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    SUMo - 5.4.1 (Released 2017-11-22)
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    https://www.kcsoftwares.com

     
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    Got it via internal updater one minute ago. Thank you.:)
     
  7. Kyle_Katarn

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    Perfect ! Shows it works fine !
     
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    Kyle, as in your own words: You've been lazy to make portable fully portable LOL
    Also the columns issue. :isay:

    You deserve some rest. But after that...
     
  9. Stupendous Man

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    Updated without issue.
    All is well.
     
  10. Kyle_Katarn

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    I must admit that the issue with Google and the mess generated by my unexpected release of 5.4.1 under 5.4.0 name changed my plan a little bit :)
     
  11. Kyle_Katarn

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    Perfect, thanks !
     
  12. Stupendous Man

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    Today, G Data replied,
    "We have now adjusted our automation, following your request, so that the website reported by you is no longer blocked by the G DATA web protection."

    Nice and quick!
    G Data Internet Security's phishing protection no longer gives a false alert for http://www.kcsoftwares.com/assets/js/bootstrap.min.js
    Thanks, G Data! :thumb:
     
  13. Kyle_Katarn

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    Got the same message from GData today. Very reactive, that's cool !
     
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    Code:
    [SUMo] Error Report for Emsisoft Dump Creator (64 bits) by Emsisoft v 2017.10.0.8080 - SUMo reports Update available (2017.10.2.8188 )
    
    [SUMo] Error Report for Command Line Scanner (64 bits) by Emsisoft v 2017.10.0.8080 - SUMo reports Update available (2017.10.2.8188 )
    
    Both files part of EEKIT See here.
     
  15. Kyle_Katarn

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    Fixed !
     
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    [SUMo] Beta Report (*) for Emsisoft Security Center (64 bits) by Emsisoft v 2017.10.2.8188 - SUMo reports Update available (2017.11.0.8219)
     
  17. Kyle_Katarn

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    fixed !
     
  18. Kyle_Katarn

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    SUMo - 5.4.2 (Released 2017-12-01)
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    https://www.kcsoftwares.com

     
  19. Stupendous Man

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    Updated without issue.
    All is well.
     
  20. Kyle_Katarn

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    Good !
    Main focus for this one is on company names rationalisation.
     
  21. Buddel

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    +1 Thanks, Kyle.
     
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    Exactly what do you mean, Kyle?
    The page that you gave as example has mixed content, https + http, as it has a few http links, for Softpedia and MajorGeeks.
    Mixed content, https + http, is not uncommon.
    But how exactly is that "good news"? I don't understand what you mean to say.
     
  24. Kyle_Katarn

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    I mean that Firefox now displays a "green lock" next to our URL rather than the yellow lock + warning sign (because of a few external HTTP images).
     
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    Even for pages with mixed content like the one you gave as an example?
    So Firefox is so lenient to tolerate a few non-https links? How very kind of Firefox. :)
     
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