You are correct to observe that Secunia permits users to create “ignore rules” on an application-by-application basis. But because I’m not using the Citrix remote access software and I can’t legally obtain an updated and secure version of the program for my production PC, I actually [B]prefer[/B] to remove it from that machine. I understand that a program I’m not using can’t easily pose a security threat, but to me, the whole point of using Secunia is to keep up with what’s current. Thus, Secunia’s warning served me as a reminder to get rid of something I don’t use and thus don’t need. And that’s why I got rid of it!
Hope that makes sense to you: it certainly does to me!
Thanks for the posting and the feedback,
Are you using Secunia PSI version 2.0?
And you could have kept your Citrix application if you had out it’s folder name into an Ignore Rule.