Forum Thread: PSI/3 bad TRENDMIC cc's - where?

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Trend Micro HouseCall ActiveX Control 6.x

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Flagoo PSI/3 bad TRENDMIC cc's - where?
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1. The Trend Micro link given in the Secunia alert page is broken.

2. I've tried the suggested route in the link; I tried starting with the sitemap/asp route and they either don't exist, are concealed, or ??

3. I've used search for several combinations with no luck.

Has anyone found these, where, and how were they eliminated?

Thanks, Flagoo

I run Windows XP Home, originally IE when housecall last used, now GChrome. (makes no difference except one CAN'T find it faster in Chrome.)

Maurice Joyce RE: PSI/3 bad TRENDMIC cc's - where?
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Removing ActiveX

Windows XP

launch command prompt from accessories in the programs list
type: cd c:\windows\downloaded program files
press enter
type: dir
press enter
find the correct file in the list
type: del <name of correct file without these braces>
press enter
type: exit
press enter

Vista
Open Start/Search
type "Command Prompt" into the search window
A Command Prompt icon will display
Right click on it
select "Run as administrator"
type: cd c:\windows\downloaded program files
press enter
type: dir
press enter
find the correct file in the list (mine was named as shown)
type: del <name of correct file without these braces>
press enter
type: exit
press enter


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Slamgeden RE: PSI/3 bad TRENDMIC cc's - where?
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on 23rd Sep, 2009 23:23, Flagoo wrote:
1. The Trend Micro link given in the Secunia alert page is broken.

2. I've tried the suggested route in the link; I tried starting with the sitemap/asp route and they either don't exist, are concealed, or ??


If you find broken links, I'd suggest you write support@secunia.com and they will likely fix it.


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Flagoo RE: PSI/3 bad TRENDMIC cc's - where?
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Suggestion to advise secunia support is excellent - but where? The site refers one to the Forum.

I am loathe to do the work in the Registry as suggested as it is higher risk for reward.

this is only flaw Secunia reports in my computer - seems like someone must know a more direct way to fix it.

If Secunia isn't reading this, where do they read? All they have to do is click the first link to get the update/repair and find none of the referred paths work, not just the first link.

Thanks
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Maurice Joyce RE: PSI/3 bad TRENDMIC cc's - where?
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Who mentioned the registry? The solution I gave U to remove ActiveX is easy & is the same advice secunia support will give U.

The files are in C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files\



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