COMODO Vulnerability Analyzer - BETA - Version 1.1.5.51 Released

Hi Guys,
We have released an updated version of COMODO Vulnerability Analyzer. This is basically a bug fix release.
Here are setups:

32-Bit Setup

URL: http://download.comodo.com/cva/download/setups/CVA_Setup_1.1.5.51_XP_Vista_x32_BETA.exe
Size: 8.75 MB (9,183,528 bytes)
MD5: 99969d35f6c250caab5e02f27419513e
SHA1: 9e1f3b066cfcbe6731f6643068959e0394476cc8

64-Bit Setup

URL: http://download.comodo.com/cva/download/setups/CVA_Setup_1.1.5.51_XP_Vista_x64_BETA.exe
Size: 8.75 MB (9,183,528 bytes)
MD5: 891a1f3dcb0e9aef1df1e6a9062358d3
SHA1: 386f2b7f2d818fc923b216e04d53d0dc21201bf7

Following are changes:

There will be two pass updates for existing users, where first updater will get updated and then updater will bring latest version 1.1.5.51

Thanks
-umesh

Great guys.

Waiting for this for a long time.
:-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU :-TU

Thanks Umesh,

Downloading now, see how it holds up :-TU :-TU

Running it now on Win 7 RC.

Nice one, thanks :-TU.

:slight_smile:

Umesh,

CVA still does not detect the vulnerable flash.ocx that is installed default with Windows.
This is not a normal install but shipped with Windows, even brought back to the system when installing SP3.

The browser loads this vulnerable flash version, yet CVA does not report it probably because there is not install/uninstall information available.

Is it possible to check these kind of vulnerabilities also ?

Also .NET and MDAC don’t get detected.

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When you get to it, you might want to change “insecure programs” to “unsecure programs”. 88)

Just throwing that out there lol