Forum Thread: Move Media Player

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See the original Secunia vulnerability report for:
Move Media Player

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Move Networks, Inc.
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Move Media Player

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Secunia Official 27th Feb, 2010 18:01
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Vulnerability report: Move Media Player

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A TV website recently installed Move Media Player and it's .dll version is nothing like the version described here. Moreover, PSI does not detect it at all. It installs into the user's profile (similar to Chrome). Do your detections need tweaking and the advisory updated relative to a new version?
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Secunia Official 1st Mar, 2010 09:15
Hi

Do you know which website installed in on your system?
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Secunia Official 1st Mar, 2010 12:59
Last edited on 1st Mar, 2010 12:59 Hi again

I've done some searching and i managed to install the Move Media Player ActiveX Control to my system.

This is a new major version so I've added it to our database.

Is yours detected also?
If not, could you make a software suggestion on the .dll file?
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You are detecting install.rdf as "extension for Firefox" but I don't have Firefox installed. Your previous Move Media Player vulnerability identified a DLL and mine has a DLL for its ActiveX control:

%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Move Networks\plugins\npqmp071701000002.dll

Edit: I see you have the "Move Media Player (ActiveX Control)" now as a separate product, but that product was not detected by PSI just now.
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Secunia Official 1st Mar, 2010 14:55
Hi again

Can i get you to make a software suggestion so i can add the file to our database?

Let me know if you need help with this.
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Suggestion sent.
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