My Windows 7 SP 1 computer seems to be running normally but today upon booting up, Secunia PSI reports that JAVA needs to be manually updated. This doesn't make sense because JAVA should update automatically, right? Upon opening Secunia PSI, it starts "examining" JAVA and then reports that it is "updating" JAVA but never finishes as the cursor keeps spinning within the application window. Next I download the update directly from the JAVA website but Windows reports the file as corrupted so I try again, successfully, but immediately get an error message about some kind of browser problem, (sorry I failed to capture the exact message). I decide to do a uninstall from control panel and then reinstall but notice 2 JAVA icons, one being the update I just installed. I didn't expect there to be 2 programs so I decide to ask you guys before I do anything else. Is this a problem with me or Secunia, or JAVA? Thanks very much.  I did do quick scans of Super Anti Spyware, MS Security Essentials, and MBAM and all were clear. Oh, I should mention that even after supposedly updating JAVA, Secunia still notes that it needs updating.
Edited by Frankiejob, 20 April 2013 - 12:56 PM.