21-10-2010 21:35 - edited 21-10-2010 21:36
after i connect my phone for the first tume to the OVI suit it tells me to install on my device(E72-2)
i google it and some say is malware is it true? or is safe to install it?
OH AND BTW i checked my device is not Fake
he is made in finland and all work fine and more!
GOOD NIGHT FROM ISRAEL!
I'm afraid you're right about Seconupdater being malware. Stay away.
SeConUpdater has certificate details which you can access via "View details" > View as per screenshot here:http://i53.tinypic.com/oa3lav.jpg
01-07-2011 19:25 - last edited on 01-07-2011 20:19 by viang
i gave about $500 for my phone and Nokia haven't preloaded all the needed software - for anything and everything!!!!!!!!! i'd rather give another $500 for GPS navigation than installing anything that comes from Nokia on this phone just to use Maps.
Where is the official Nokia Statement, that SeconUpdater is OK??? I Don't know you, guys, if you tell me it's OK this Updater - there is NO chance I believe you! I don't believe Nokia, either, but i would believe something official, which has been read by millions before me
SO please provide a link before saying it's not malware!
I Have official link, that IT IS MALWARE
Did I mention that my phone's software broke TWICE for less than a month - and all i was doing was calling, receiving calls and messages? no using of applications, no connecting to internet NO NOTHING! WHY NOKIA, WHY!
Now instead of Nokia taking care of me, i have to take care of their software! And Nokia will not pay me for this! Advice to the company *free, but call me if you appreciate it and want to donate):
Not only this, but even this can really be troublesome!!!!!!
MODERATOR'S NOTE: Inappropriate language removed. The link to the malware you are referring to has been removed. We have forwarded this issue to our relevant department so we cab verify this information.
04-07-2011 8:24 - edited 04-07-2011 8:27
SeConUpdater is a legitimate support component installed by Ovi Suite when you plug-in your device to PC. You can check that the component is signed by Nokia when installing the component, or afterwards in App.Mgr. When you check installed applications in App.mgr, you can find in SeConUpdater details that the component is signed by Nokia and has a Nokia certificate attached to it. This proves that it’s a valid component and not malware.