Secunia pushes for standard to patch consumer apps

From DarkReading (Kelly Jackson Higgins)
Danish security firm Secunia is attempting to rally other software vendors to develop an industry-standard tool that automatically updates all applications on a consumer’s PC.
Secunia envisions an industry-standard app that runs when a laptop starts up, for example, scanning for unpatched or vulnerable apps and guiding the user with simple point-and-click options to update the machine. Read the full story [darkreading.com]

From DarkReading (Kelly Jackson Higgins)

Danish security firm Secunia is attempting to rally other software vendors to develop an industry-standard tool that automatically updates all applications on a consumer’s PC.

Secunia envisions an industry-standard app that runs when a laptop starts up, for example, scanning for unpatched or vulnerable apps and guiding the user with simple point-and-click options to update the machine. Read the full story [darkreading.com]

 

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