That was pretty quick. Version 1.6.1 of uTorrent has been released with a fix for the malformed .torrent exploit. 🙂 So now we can all feel save while
pirating sharing again.
Found a neat applet for making sure that I have the latest and most secure versions of my software created by Secunia. It’s called the Secunia Software Inspector and when I ran it on my computer I found that both my Java JRE and Adobe Flash were out of date. Keeping up with security fixes is a pain.
Also, the latest version of uTorrent apparently has a vulnerability [secunia.com]. I wonder why this isn’t made really obvious on uTorrent’s homepage?
No idea how I could’ve missed it, but in the KeePass projects FAQ there is an explanation to the behaviour I was seeing as well as instructions how to fix it. Very embarrassing.
It seems that if the global .ini file exists it is loaded on start, but if it is readonly changed settings are stored in a per-user .ini file. But since the global one exists it is read on start, the old settings are used. So if the global one is deleted everything should work okey.
I wonder why they don’t try to read the per-user .ini file first though.
A new version the application I use to store my passwords and generate new ones has been released.