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Use Secunia OSI to check for security updates and insecure versions

The Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer provides a streamlined method to identify missing security updates and common security misconfigurations. MBSA 2.1.1 is a minor upgrade to add support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 also works for Window XP and Vista Google it for a download link for x86 and x64 in your language version.

Secunia does this and more online using the latest Java Plugin it will also tell you what application programs need to be updated to make them more secure visit the website HERE to start your FREE online scan

Here is an example that shows that Adobe Flash need updating it also gives you the download link and tells you that all other security updates are installed.

It takes about 8 mins running on an Intel P4 3GHz processor with 1GB RAM

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