Forum Thread: PSI did not detect out-of-date Malwarebytes Anti-Malware

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bjkeefe PSI did not detect out-of-date Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
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Installed version 1.60.0.61 reported as latest by a PSI scan just completed. (Using PSI 2.0.)

Latest version is actually 1.61.0.1400. This update has been out for more than 24 hrs at least; e.g., CNET's Download Alerts pinged me about it on 10 April 2012 at 06:41 EST.

Not a big deal, certainly, but I thought I'd make the report just in case anyone from Secunia wanted to know. Hope this was the right place to post it.

Maurice Joyce RE: PSI did not detect out-of-date Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
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No version of PSI will warn users to upgrade to the latest version unless it is vulnerable.

PSI is a vulnerability checker not a general updater. The previous version of Malwarebytes was secure & the latest upgrade only caters for enhancements & minor bug fixes which PSI is not interested in.

As a user of Malwarebytes professional the programme itself warns U that an upgrade is available & requests permission to install it.

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bjkeefe RE: PSI did not detect out-of-date Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
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Thanks, Maurice. I think I might have known that about the vulnerability-only notifications, but if I did, I forgot.
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