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WebsquadLex Stop at 93%
Member 13th Jan, 2010 21:24
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Today I just downloaded the latest version of Secunia PSI, and am getting a strange response. When I "Start Scan" it proceeds as expected but then at 93% completion, it stops, seems to hang up (it's not looping ... checked this with Win XP Task Manager). It just sits there; however, there is a pop-up on my main task bar above all the little stated task icons indicating that is is completed and that I have a 100% score. Then, about 5-10 minutes later, if I leave the Secunia PSI screen alone, it dims and I get another pop-up indicating that the scan was completed successfully, my score is 100%, and I have 0 security threats.

However, if prior to the dimming and popup I attempt to move the window, it locks in place. If I move another window over it, that leaves a trail of artifacts.

Strange, indeed. Anyone have an explanation? For what it is worth, I have a Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600-powered machine with 4GB RAM running Windows XP/Pro ... as best I can tell, all patches are up-to-date.

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Member 14th Jan, 2010 09:05
Hi,
First, please verify your system date is accurate. This is required for the successful operations of the PSI.
You will also need to ensure you're running the latest version on Microsoft Update.
Please also verify that you've added http://*.secunia.com and https://*.secunia.com to your trusted zones in Internet Explorer. This can be configured from Tools > Internet Options > Security > Trusted Sites > Sites. You will need to un-check "Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone" before adding http://*.secunia.com

Hope this helps.
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