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PaoloR Firefox not updated?
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Hi all.
My Secunia PSI has detected an old version of Firefox: 54.0.1.6388.
But Firefox doesn't found any update and says to me "No update available".
I'm using Firefox 64 bit.

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Leendert Kip Firefox not updated?
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Last edited on 14th Aug, 2017 17:20
I'm using Firefox 32bit and I never use the PSI update option. I have seen that the 64bit version is available. You can try the internal updater. After installation PSI still gave the 54-version which was because there were leftovers from that version. You have to uninstall that manually. If you you use extensions it might be that some, or all, are marked 'outdated'. The reason is that Firefox is busy with a new technology for extenstions and all existing ones must be approved by Mozilla developers before they can be distributed by the supplyers.

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PaoloR RE: Firefox not updated?
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Thanks for the answer.
The manual update has worked successfully.
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