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Litisha End of Life Program
Member 13th Mar, 2010 17:57
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I have an end-of-life showing on Google Picasa. I went to download the updated version which I currently have 3.6. But Secunia is still showing that I have Has anyone else had this problem. Any help would be appreciated.

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mogsi RE: End of Life Program
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Don't know much 'bout Picasa.....but you began with Secunia in 2008...have you moved on/updated to Advanced interface ?
It's fairly usual/ commonplace for old files to be left behind when you have updated a program.....Secunia still detects them; even if in the Recycle bin. Tho' some progs do it for themselves.
By now, I'd have thought you'd be able to disclose the file path to the insecurity as found in Tech. details. The more info you provide, the more likely you are to find a remedy. Regards

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Sizou RE: End of Life Program-Picasa
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I had the same problem. After uninstalling Picasa 2 using Revo Uninstaller, I downloaded Picasa 3.6 again and installed it. That seems to have solved the problem.
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