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ruirib_m750 Frontpage 2000 vulnerability issue
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Having a program with a vulnerability PSI found for Frontpage 9.0.0.2812. PSI offers Office 2000 Security Update KB947361, but when that update is downloaded, it says it does not find any compatible products.

Also, Microsoft Update offers no updates for the installed software. Is this a PSI error?

Thanks.

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Member 7th Sep, 2009 01:07
Last edited on 8th Sep, 2009 13:58 Enable ADVANCED in Secunia PSI then go to Insecure Programs then look at the Programs displayed then click on + to display the location of the insecure application then click on Open Folder then select the detected file and delete it and remove it from the Recycle Bin to get rid of it entirely.
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ruirib_m750 RE: Frontpage 2000 vulnerability issue
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Thank you, but my problem is not how to remove the app, but the correctness of Secunia's diagnostics. Have a had a few false positives lately and it sure there is a problem with the suggested correction, as it doesn't apply...
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Slamgeden RE: Frontpage 2000 vulnerability issue
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Please try a reboot. MS could have set the update on hold till' next reboot.

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Member 8th Sep, 2009 14:02
on 7th Sep, 2009 01:54, ruirib_m750 wrote:
Thank you, but my problem is not how to remove the app, but the correctness of Secunia's diagnostics. Have a had a few false positives lately and it sure there is a problem with the suggested correction, as it doesn't apply...

I'm not asking you to remove the app just find the location of the offending file.
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