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Secunia adds 'automated patching' to software inspector tool


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#1 keyboardNinja

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 08:02 PM

Secunia has shipped a new version of its highly rated Personal Security Inspector (PSI) utility to offer automated patching for Windows users.

A beta version of the new Secunia PSI 3.0 was released at the RSA Security conference here with a new component called  Secunia Package System (SPS) that promised to remove the dependence on vendors to provide silent, automatic updates when security patches are released for software vulnerabilities.


Full article here: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/security/secunia-adds-automated-patching-to-software-inspector-tool/10433

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Posted 28 February 2012 - 05:45 AM

thanks keyboardNinja, I love love the Secunia PSI app. Learned about from quietman7 and I know Grinler thinks everyone should do it.


With regards to the comments posted at the zdnet website, I was thinking the same thing; will the new version give me an option to opt-out of any updates I don't want?


I love how the app lets me know what is out of date or at end-of-life but I prefer to manage what goes into my computers, not to have it decided for me.


Anyone run the new version yet?

Would love to get some feedback before I update.

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Posted 02 March 2012 - 06:09 PM

I love how the app lets me know what is out of date or at end-of-life but I prefer to manage what goes into my computers, not to have it decided for me.


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