Secunia Updates Personal Software Inspector (PSI) – Release Candidate 4

Secunia’s Personal Software Inspector (PSI) is the vulnerability scanner for your personal computer. It is the FREE security tool designed with the sole purpose of helping you secure your computer from software vulnerabilities.
Software vulnerabilities affect all applications installed on your computer, from the Operating System down to your email client, office application, instant messaging, and so on. 
To help you secure your computer from software vulnerabilities, we kindly offer you to download the FREE Secunia PSI today, it will scan your computer for installed software and determine if any applications lack security updates.
Version (Release Candidate 4 – RC4)
    • New user interface concept – The user interface has been split into two, a "Simple" and an "Advanced" mode
    • Improved Easy-to-Patch functionality – The Easy-to-Patch has been improved significantly
    • Criticality indication for all programs – The Secunia Advisory criticality rating is now listed for each insecure program found
    • Generally more focus on the security threats each program expose your PC to
    • Secunia Profile recovery – It is possible to recover your Secunia Profile and register the same Secunia Profile on multiple PCs
    • General code optimisation
    • Bug fixes – Fixes for various minor bugs reported by users  
BLAKE: Many, many security problems are not Microsoft related, but are due to 3rd party applications – please try this program!

About blakehandler

BLAKE was a Microsoft MVP and award winning programmer with over 20+ years experience providing complete Windows and networking support for small to medium sized businesses. BLAKE is also Jazz Musician and Instructor for residential clients on the Los Angeles West Side.
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