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mtodorov "Secure Browsing" entries not updated in PSI ...
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Hello, all,

I have installed Adobe Reader XI (11.0.2.0).
Flash version is 11.6.602.168 (NPAPI & ActiveX versions).

While Chrome, Opera and Firefox are updated to latest versions, their Secure Browsing tabs do not show Adobe Reader and Flash plugins. They should be there just as JRE and Media Player are, for they are plugins.

PSI version is 2.0.0.4003.
I have Windows XP SP3.

Thanks for assistance.

Rgds,
mt


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Maurice Joyce RE: "Secure Browsing" entries not updated in PSI ...
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The lack of Adobe Flash showing is a known issue:

https://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/13...



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mtodorov RE: "Secure Browsing" entries not updated in PSI ...
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Last edited on 22nd Feb, 2013 11:31
Yes, but solution there doesn't work for me either. I tried uninstall & reinstall of Adobe Flash + updating Reader to the latest version (respectively Flash 11.6.602.168 & Reader 11.0.2.0).

I've realized Adobe created problem with frequent filename changes.

Thanx anyway.

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