Forum Thread: Icon should reflect vulnerability state

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Quitch Icon should reflect vulnerability state
Member 7th Apr, 2010 02:04
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Last edited on 7th Apr, 2010 02:11

I've raised this before, but let me do a bi-annual flagging of the issue.

The balloon which warns you of vulnerabilities is easy to miss if you're not at the PC at the time the scan completes, or due to other factors. The problem is that if you don't see the balloon, well, then you're out of luck unless you enjoy to opening the PSI interface on an ad-hoc basis.

The system tray icon should change to reflect vulnerability state, I'd recommend using the graph colours as the basis for this. That way I can see at a glance whether anything requires my attention. Perhaps tie it into Action Center in Windows 7 too.

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Member 7th Apr, 2010 09:13

In response to your previous suggestion, I did add this feature suggest to our system, where it will be looked at by our developers. Thank you for caring about the quality of the PSI.
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