What is your Secunia PSI score?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by TheMozart, Jan 20, 2010.

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  1. TheMozart

    TheMozart Former Poster

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  2. lordpake

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    My score was never 100%.

    Reason is several obsolote programs, such as Damn NFO Viewer, which lower the score. I also use old vulnerable version of mIRC. Why? Because certain scripts work on it :)
     
  3. Jav

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    100 %
    :)

    And only one browser is insecure (IE, no solution) :p
     
  4. MaB69

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    Hi,

    I use Dizzy as an alternative to Damn

    99 % as i have to update Shockwave player up to date last week.

    Regards,

    MaB
     
  5. lordpake

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    Thx for the tip :) (incidentally, that page has other interesting software too)
     
  6. SIR****TMG

    SIR****TMG Registered Member

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    100% all is well
     
  7. greenhorn113

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    Just out of curiosity, which setting are we talking about?,it makes a difference.
     
  8. Jav

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    advanced
     
  9. dw426

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    Same...but do you find it weird that that has popped up only in recent weeks? It is a very old vulnerability, yet Secunia never spoke up about it before the last few weeks.
     
  10. MaB69

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    Advanced too

    regards,

    MaB
     
  11. TheMozart

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    I just installed Pidgin, and now Secunia PSI complains that it contains an insecure GTK+
     
  12. TheMozart

    TheMozart Former Poster

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    Yeah, I saw that too lol.
     
  13. TonyW

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    For fun, I ran the program; I have score of 100% that is 4% higher than the average user in England, UK.
     
  14. Jav

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    Windows released update for IE 8.

    Now it's down to Category 2 threat again :)
    (A hacker can typically use this program to perform less sensitive action on your computer)
     
  15. Hugger

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    100%
    Now what do I worry about?
     
  16. TheMozart

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    100%, good stuff. Doesn't seem you have any worries at this stage :)
     
  17. brynjolf

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    Firefox ruined my score :ninja:
     
  18. dw426

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    Lol, say what? How exactly did it ruin it?
     
  19. Page42

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    100% on two computers... but I had to run a few solutions in order to get those scores. Sun Java upgrades on both machines, Adobe Flash Palyer upgrade on one, and dumped Adobe SVG Viewer on two machines.
    Thanks a million for posting about this tool, TheMozart! :)
     

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