Forum Thread: Conflicting information

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I have two machines each running 64bit Win7 and 64bit Adobe CS5.

On one machine, Secunia PSI shows Adobe Photoshop CS5 (64bit)\Photoshop.exe version 12.0.1.0 as insecure and identifies version 12.0.2 as the latest version.

On the other machine it shows version 12.0.1.0 as not insecure.

If I try to install the patch for version 12.0.2 on the first machine I eventually arrive at the Adobe Application Manager with the message that the "Update is not applicable"

If I load Adobe CS5 and click on "Updates" I get the message that "Your applications are all up to date".

How do I get rid of this anomaly?




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Member 22nd Dec, 2010 12:35
Hi,

The latest secure version of Adobe Photoshop CS5 (As per 22/12/2010) is 12.0.2.

If you have this version or a later version installed, you are Up-To-Date, and the PSI should flag you as such. Have you applied the patch? http://download.adobe.com/pub/adobe/photoshop/win/...

Here are Adobe's instructions for updating Photoshop CS5:
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After downloading a ".zip" file, use the operating system or a utility such as WinZip or PKZIP to access the file's contents.

Need help with downloading? See our Downloading Help documents.

To install the Photoshop 12.0.2 update:
1. Disable all virus protection software.
2. Ensure that the folder on your hard drive containing Photoshop is named "Adobe Photoshop CS5."
3. Double-click the "Adobe Photoshop Updater" application. If the updater reports that it cannot find the application to update, uninstall Photoshop CS5, reinstall the application (using the default folder name "Adobe Photoshop CS5"), and then run the updater.
4. Follow the onscreen instructions.


hope this helps.
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Member 22nd Dec, 2010 17:17
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Thanks for your assistance.

Adobe have publishes another update today and installing that seems to have brought both my machines into congruence.

Problem solved

Chris Carroll
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