I'm using Secunia CSI, which detects out of date software on my PC. It flagged Java.exe in december as out of date becuase Java 6 update 30 was release do to a security update. My local install by my browser updated itself via the Java updater just fine. BUT, secunia shows me that CS5 installed not 1 but 3 copies of Java, 1 in programdata\user\..blah blah..\JVM\, 1 in Dreamweaver\JVM and 1 in Flash Catalyst\jre, all version 16 or 18. The forums tell me to run jucheck.exe in the folder, but that says 'latest version installed' which I know is wrong by looking at the properties for java.exe in any of those 3 folders.
How do I update those installs?
I called adobe support and they said 'Java is a third party tool, we don't support it', even though they are the ones who installed it.
If I install java from a download from Java.com, in one of the places above by changing the default install location, it orphans the primary install by my browser.
Any ideas? I can't be the only one who has an outdated version.