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Table of third party patches - updated 5/4/2015

Level 17

UPDATED LINK!!! Please follow us to this link and bookmark it for updates to the 3rd party catalog!

Table of third party patches - updated 06/21/2016

Simplify and automate these patches and more with SolarWinds Patch Manager.

Check out the attached spreadsheet for recent patches.

The Patch Manager catalog contains the following products:

AdobeAcrobat v9 (v10 and newer are provided by Adobe)Air v17-v13, v4-v2Flash v17-v10Reader v11-v8Shockwave v12, v11
AppleiTunes v12-v9QuickTime Player v7
CitrixReceiver for Windows Enterprise v3
CorelWinZip v19-v12
DameWareMini Remote Control v11-v9
FoxitEnterprise Reader v7, v6Reader v6, v5
GoogleChrome v42-v25Earth v7
MalwarebytesMalwarebytes Pro v2, v1
MicrosoftSkype v7, v6
MozillaFirefox v37-v3SeaMonkey v2Thunderbird v31, v24 and v17-v7
Notepad++Notepad++ v6
OperaOpera v29, v28, v12, v11
OracleJava Runtime v8-v6
RealNetworksRealPlayer Basic v16, v15
RealVNCVNC Server v5
UltraVNCVNC Server v1
VLCMedia Player v2
YahooMessenger v11

Change History (current month + 1):


  • Foxit Enterprise Reader 5/4 (4/28)


  • Google Chrome 42.0.2311.135   4/29 (4/28)
  • Opera 29.0.1795.47 4/29 (4/28)


  • Malwarebytes 4/23 (4/21)
  • Skype 4/23 (4/22)


  • Shockwave Player 4/22 (4/21)


  • Mozilla Firefox 37.0.2 4/21 (4/20)


  • VLC Media Player 2.2.1 4/20 (4/16)


  • Adobe  Air 4/16 (4/14)
  • Google Chrome 42.0.2311.90   4/16 (4/14)
  • Notepad++ 6.7.6   4/16  (4/15)
  • Notepad++ 6.7.7  4/16  (4/16)


  • Adobe Flash Player 4/15 (4/14)
  • Adobe Flash Player ESR  4/15 (4/14)
  • Java Runtime Environment 8u45 4/15 (4/14)
  • Java Runtime Environment 7u79 4/15 (4/14)
  • Java Runtime Environment 7u80 4/15 (4/14)


  • Opera 28.0.1750.51 4/9 (4/8)


  • Citrix Receiver for Windows Enterprise 3.4.400 4/8 (4/1)


  • Mozilla Firefox 37.0 .1 4/6 (4/3)
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 31.6.0 4/6 (3/31)


  • Google Chrome 41.0.2272.118 4/2 (4/1)
  • Skype 4/2 (4/1)


  • Mozilla Firefox 37.0 4/1 (3/31)
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 31.6.0 4/1 (3/31)


  • Foxit Enterprise Reader 3/24 (3/23)
  • SeaMonkey 2.33.1 3/24 (3/23)


  • Mozilla Firefox 36.0.4 3/23 (3/21)
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 31.5.3 3/23 (3/21)
  • Mozilla Firefox 36.0.3 3/23 (3/20)
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 31.5.2 3/23 (3/20)


  • Google Chrome 41.0.2272.101 3/20 (3/19)
  • Malwarebytes  3/20 (3/19)


  • Opera 28.0.1750.48 3/19 (3/18)


  • Adobe  Air 3/13 (3/12)
  • Adobe Flash Player 3/13 (3/12)
  • Adobe Flash Player ESR 3/13 (3/12)
  • Adobe Flash Player zip 3/13 (3/12)


  • SeaMonkey 2.33 3/12 (3/10)


  • Google Chrome 41.0.2272.89  3/11 (3/10)
  • Notepad++ 6.7.5 3/11 (3/10)
  • Opera 28.0.1750.40 3/11 (3/10)
  • Foxit Enterprise Reader 3/11 (3/9)
Level 10

bravo on adding announcements on future release dates! As we all know, this stuff changes on a daily basis, but it's a great way to have a little more information when planning downtime. Our environment has been pretty adamant on rolling out MS Patch Tuesday updates starting on the day that they become available. It's frustrating to set up evening maintenance, take care of those updates only to find out there's an important 3PUP that comes out two days later.

In general, thanks for setting up the Patchzone blog. I have picked up a great number of useful tips and information, especially the lower level information regarding how patching works.

Level 8

I see that Acrobat 10.1.5 and Firefox 18 were updated, but on my end I don't see Firefox 18 and Acrobat 10.1.5 says it was created on 9/12/2012.  Any reason for this?

Level 17

Eric, at this point these updates are released by the Vendor, but not yet published to the Patch Manager catalog. They will be available shortly.

As for the 9/12/2012 creation date stamped on the package by Adobe.... I can't comment on that; who knows. Obviously it's an error, because the packages just became available. (In your package listing in the Patch Manager console for the Adobe Reader v10 catalog, scroll right and find the Arrival Date for the v10.1.5 update.) Mine was synchronized overnight last night.

Level 8

Ok thanks.  It is strange that the Flash updates are there, but the other updates are not there.

Level 17

Just a function of what gets done in what order and when it gets there.

Keep in mind, that most of the updates released yesterday by vendors were driven by Adobe's release of the Flash update. So the first notable point is that we had knowledge of, and access to, the Flash updates significantly before we had access to the others. Generally it's a firstIn-firstOut queue.

In fact, also worthy of note -- we actually published the Flash updates on the same day they were released by the vendor! It's a fairly labor-intensive process to build and test those 12 Flash packages that we release, so doing it in the space of a single workday is a feat only slightly short of amazing.

I would like to request that you add the Java 1.7 JDK to the 3rd party list.

Level 9

Newbie here, can someone tell me where to download this info to import it into PM??

Level 17
Newbie here, can someone tell me where to download this info to import it into PM??

You don't. This post and worksheet is informational only. You get the updates by synchronizing the catalog via the Internet in the Patch Manager console.

Level 12

thanks for the update.... helpful Lawrence Garvin

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I'm a Head Geek and technical product marketing manager at SolarWinds. I wrote my first computer program in RPG-II in 1974 to calculate quadratic equations and tested it on some spare weekend cycles on an IBM System/3 that I ‘borrowed’ from my father’s employer. After that I dabbled, studied, and actually programmed in just about every language known for the past 40 years; worked on a half-dozen different variants of Unix on 3B2s, RS6000s, HP9000s, Sparc workstations, and Intel systems; connected to CompuServe on a 300 baud modem; ran a FidoNet BBS on OS/2 on a 9600 bps modem; and started working with Windows when Windows NT4 was still the latest operating system. Along the way, I did a few years in database programming and database administration. I installed some of the first ADSL and SDSL Internet circuits in Texas, and then migrated into full-time Windows systems management, which had a lot to do with my interest in SUS and WSUS 10 years ago. This ultimately led me to EminentWare in 2009, and SolarWinds three years later.