Geforce Experience (32bit) - is EOL (and insecure)
My Version is detected as:
NVIDIA GeForce Experience 220.127.116.11 Insecure
Recommended version: 18.104.22.168
The Download is a 64bit version and does not work for my Windows 7 32bit. I have the newest 32bit version which exist. The 32bit version is EOL.
Just found this:
"...Critical security updates will be provided for 32-bit operating systems through January 2019. ..."
@Tom My plan was: as long as my company is using Windows 7, i will not move to a newer version. I do not like to learn twice. And i do not like to be alpha private tester of Microsoft.
@Anselm Windows 7... You are a conservative guy.
Back when Windows 8 was the thing I usually turned to my Win7 machine for most work, except on my tiny Surface Pro (1st Gen). But after Win10 I only tried Win7 once and I never looked back.
@Tom Buying RAM and install Windows 7 (64bit) is my plan
Yes, I just checked their bulletin again and I believe that our detection is correct.
Technically we do support detecting 32bit versus 64bit - but - because of the annoying versioning of the binaries in this product, we had to detect it on a special binary, which always is 32bit, even in the 64bit edition.
For fun I just checked the main "NVIDIA Geforce Experience.exe" file, there is indeed no VulnDetect users with 32bit version of 3.15 and 3.16, but there is a few who run 32bit versions of 3.13.
I do have an idea about how to properly say that 32bit is EoL vs 64bit, but it is not something we support yet, due to the little trick we have deployed to extract the proper version of this product. For other more straightforward products, we could have detected and reported this properly already.
Unless your hardware doesn't support it, then I would strongly recommend running 64bit Windows soon.
found also this:
4740 Security Bulletin: NVIDIA GeForce Experience - November 2018 Escalation of privileges, or information disclosure
CVE-2018-6263, CVE‑2018‑6265, CVE‑2018‑6266