Forum Thread: KeyPass Password Safe Upgrade

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tws_snoopy KeyPass Password Safe Upgrade
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Since last upgrade to KeyPass Password Safe to 2.1.3 PSI tells me under "UNSURE Programs"

C:\WINDOWS\assembly\NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32\Kee Pass\f26fc9cd6c289ebd915711fcb791f382\KeePass.ni.e xe

But: below the directory-tree windows\assembly is no directory

--> NativeImages_v2.0.50727_32

Also, I have searched my harddisk to "keePass.ne.exe" - but I found anything with this name.

I have done:

RegistryClean with CCLEANER
New boot
new scan (and new boot again)

But I get still this message under "UNSURE" . Any idea to help me? Thanks Michael

tws_snoopy RE: KeyPass Password Safe Upgrade
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Strange - I have found the problem (but I don't understand it).

After one new call KeyPass Password Safe (and finished it) the message for "unsure pgm" in PSI was deleted (without new scan).

So, the problem has a solution. Thanks Michael
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Maurice Joyce RE: KeyPass Password Safe Upgrade
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Michael,
If U look at these threads I think U will find Secunia adjusted their scanning rules for this issue.

I do not think there is any doubt that it is now totally secure.

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Maurice

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Member 17th Sep, 2010 13:20
Hi,

The PSI should not be detecting KeyPass 2.x in any path containing "WINDOWS\assembly\". Is this detection still shown if you run a full rescan?

hope this helps.
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