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Table of Third Party Patches - Updated 01/11/2021

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

The Patch Manager catalog contains the following products:

Vendor Applications Latest Version Last Updated On
7-Zip 7-Zip 19.00 02/28/19


Air 04/26/19
Flash Player (ActiveX, Plugin & PPAPI) 12/08/20
Shockwave 04/01/19
Apache Tomcat v7 7.0.107 11/23/20
Tomcat v8.5 8.5.61 12/08/20
Tomcat v9 9.0.41 12/08/20


Apple Application Support 8.6 07/31/20
Apple Mobile Device Support 10/22/20
iTunes 11/17/20
Citrix Workspace 12/17/20
FileZilla FileZilla Client 01/07/21
Foxit Foxit Enterprise Reader            12/09/20
Google Chrome 87.0.4280.141 01/06/21
Google Earth 07/29/20
KeePass KeePass 2.46 09/10/20
Malwarebytes Malwarebytes 12/09/20
Microsoft Skype 12/30/20


Firefox 84.0.2 01/06/21
Firefox ESR 78.6.1 01/06/21
Thunderbird           78.6.0 12/15/20
SeaMonkey 11/17/20
Notepad++ Notepad++ 7.9.2 01/01/21
Oracle Java Runtime Environment 8u271 10/20/20
OpenJDK OpenJDK 8u275 11/11/20
Opera Opera 73.0.3856.329 01/06/21
PuTTY Putty 0.74 06/27/19
RealVNC VNC Server 6.7.2 06/04/20
SolarWinds Dameware MRC Standalone 12.1.1 04/03/20
Dameware MRC Centralized 12.1.1 04/03/20
Patch Manager WMI Providers 2019.4.0.125 03/06/20
Security Event Manager Agent 2020.4 11/18/20
UltraVNC UltraVNC Server 12/06/20
UltraVNC Viewer 12/06/20
VLC VLC Media Player 3.0.11 06/16/20
VMware VMware Tools 11.2.1 12/10/20
WinRAR WinRAR 6.00 12/07/20
WinSCP WinSCP 5.17.9 11/20/20
WinZip WinZip 25.0.14273 10/01/20
Wireshark Wireshark 3.2.10 / 3.4.2 12/18/20
Zoom Zoom 5.4.7 12/21/20


Change History (current month + 2):


  • FileZilla Client
  • Google Chrome 87.0.4280.141
  • Mozilla Firefox 84.0.2
  • Mozilla Firefox 78.6.1 ESR
  • Notepad++ v7.9.2
  • Opera 73.0.3856.329
  • Skype


  • Citrix Workspace
  • Mozilla Firefox 84.0.1
  • Skype
  • Wireshark 3.4.2 / 3.2.10
  • Zoom 5.4.7


  • Mozilla Firefox 84.0
  • Mozilla Firefox 78.6.0 ESR
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.6.0
  • Opera 73.0.3856.284
  • Skype


  • Apache Tomcat 8.5.61
  • Apache Tomcat 9.0.41
  • Citrix Workspace
  • Malwarebytes
  • Opera 73.0.3856.257
  • VMware Tools 11.2.1
  • Wireshark 3.4.1 / 3.2.9


  • Foxit Enterprise Reader


  • Flash Player
  • Skype
  • Zoom 5.4.6


  • UltraVNC Viewer
  • UltraVNC Server
  • WinRAR 6.00


  • Google Chrome 87.0.4280.88


  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.5.1


  • Apache Tomcat 7.0.107
  • Opera 72.0.3815.400
  • SeaMonkey


  • Google Chrome 87.0.4280.66
  • Mozilla Firefox 83.0
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 78.5.0
  • Opera 72.0.3815.378
  • Apache Tomcat 8.5.60 / 9.0.40
  • Apple iTunes
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.5.0
  • SolarWinds Security Event Manager Agent 2020.4
  • WinSCP 5.17.9
  • Zoom 5.4.3


  • Skype


  • Flash Player
  • Google Chrome 86.0.4240.198
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.4.3
  • OpenJDK 8u275
  • Opera 72.0.3815.320
  • Zoom 5.4.2


  • Google Chrome 86.0.4240.193
  • Mozilla Firefox 82.0.3
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 78.4.1
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.4.1
  • Opera 72.0.3815.211


  • Google Chrome 86.0.4240.183
  • Malwarebytes
  • Opera 72.0.3815.207
  • Skype


  • Citrix Workspace
  • Notepad++ v7.9.1


  • Apple iTunes
  • Apple Mobile Device Support
  • Malwarebytes
  • Mozilla Firefox 82.0.2
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.4.0
  • Opera 72.0.3815.186
  • Wireshark 3.2.8 / 3.4.0
  • Zoom 5.4.1


  • OpenJDK 8u272


  • FileZilla Client 3.51.0
  • Google Chrome 86.0.4240.111
  • Java Runtime Environment 8u271
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.3.3
  • Mozilla Firefox 82.0
  • Opera 71.0.3770.284
  • Opera 72.0.3815.148


  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 78.4.0


  • VMware Tools 11.2.0 
  • WinSCP 5.17.8


  • Opera 71.0.3770.271


  • Flash Player
  • Mozilla Firefox 81.0.2
  • Skype
  • Zoom 5.3.2


  • Apache Tomcat 8.5.59
  • Apache Tomcat 9.0.39


  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.3.2
  • Google Chrome 86.0.4240.75
  • Opera 71.0.3770.228


  • Mozilla Firefox 81.0.1
  • WinZip 25.0.14273
  • Citrix Workspace


  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 78.3.1


  • Opera 71.0.3770.198
  • Skype


  • Citrix Workspace
  • Foxit Enterprise Reader
  • Malwarebytes
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.3.1
  • Notepad++ v7.9
  • Zoom 5.3.1


  • Skype
  • Wireshark 3.0.14 / 3.2.7


  • Apache Tomcat 7.0.106
  • Apple iTunes
  • Apple Mobile Device Support
  • Google Chrome 85.0.4183.121
  • Mozilla Firefox 81.0
  • Mozilla Firefox 78.3.0 ESR
  • Mozilla SeaMonkey 2.53.4
  • Opera 71.0.3770.171
  • Zoom 5.3.0


  • Apache Tomcat 9.0.38
  • Citrix Workspace
  • Opera 71.0.3770.148


  • KeePass 2.46
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.2.2


  • Skype


  • Flash Player
  • Google Chrome 85.0.4183.102
  • Opera 70.0.3728.178
  • Zoom 5.2.3


  • Skype
  • FileZilla Client 3.50.0
  • WinZip 25.0.14245


  • Malwarebytes
  • Mozilla Firefox 80.0.1
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.2.1
  • Opera 70.0.3728.154
  • Zoom 5.2.2


  • SolarWinds Security Event Manager Agent 2020.2.1


  • Citrix Workspace
  • Google Chrome 85.0.4183.83
  • Mozilla Firefox 80.0
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 78.2.0
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.2.0
  • Opera 70.0.3728.133


  • Google Chrome 84.0.4147.135
  • Opera 70.0.3728.119
  • VMware Tools 11.1.5
  • Zoom 5.2.1


  • Wireshark 3.0.13 / 3.2.6


  • Flash Player
  • Opera 70.0.3728.106


  • Google Chrome 84.0.4147.125


  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.1.1


  • Opera 70.0.3728.95


  • Google Earth
  • Skype
  • Mozilla Firefox 79.0
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.1.0
  • Zoom 5.2.0


  • OpenJDK 8u265
  • Apple iTunes
  • Apple Application Support 8.6  
  • Foxit Enterprise Reader                   


  • Opera 70.0.3728.71
  • Google Chrome 84.0.4147.105 
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 78.1.0 
  • WinSCP 5.17.7


  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.0.1


  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.0
  • Java Runtime Environment 8u261
  • OpenJDK 8u262


  • Flash Player
  • Notepad++ 7.8.9
  • Opera 69.0.3686.77


  • FileZilla 3.49.1
  • Google Chrome 84.0.4147.89


  • Mozilla Firefox 78.0.2
  • Mozilla Firefox 78.0.2 ESR
  • Zoom 5.1.3


  • Opera 69.0.3686.57
  • Skype


  • Apache Tomcat 7.0.105
  • SeaMonkey 2.53.3


  • Apache Tomcat 8.5.57
  • Apache Tomcat 9.0.37
  • Zoom 5.1.2


  • Opera 69.0.3686.49


  • Malwarebytes
  • Mozilla Firefox 78.0.1 ESR
  • Mozilla Firefox 78.0.1
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 68.10.0
  • Wireshark 3.0.12
  • Wireshark 3.2.5


  • Mozilla Firefox 68.10.0 ESR
  • Mozilla Firefox 78.0
  • Zoom 5.1.1
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Can we get support for patching Trillian?


We're always interested in feedback and suggestions for catalog additions.

If you post the request in Patch Manager Feature Requests, the Product Manager will see it and handle it accordingly.

I haven't received an email update for this thread since 7/25, even though I'm subscribed and following.  Any ideas why?

Also, the link takes me to a page where I see feature requests, but I don't see specific patches requested.  Is there a seperate page for that?

Any updates to the above post/questions?  Our security vulnerabilities are increasing by the minute 

I'm looking into the question about email updates on this document and it's companion PatchZone thread, but I've spoken with others who also have email subs to this document, and they did receive an email notification on the last update on August 12.

I must confess, though, I'm somewhat confused by how the Email updates from this document would be causing you a backlog of security vulnerabilties. Everything announced in this document is after the update has been released to the Patch Manager catalog. Presumably you would be synchronizing that catalog on a daily basis automatically. (Please note that we do post updates to the catalog several times per week in most weeks.) The arrival of the updates to your Patch Manager server should be your official notification of the availability of the updates. The Patch Manager synchronization task does provide for email-based notifications when new updates arrive.

Neither the catalog, nor this document, should be used as a methodology for obtaining notifications of security vulnerabilities. There are other resources much better suited to that level of information.

Our purpose with this post is to provide a cross-reference to the content synchronized by Patch Manager, as well as an informative source to non-PatchManager customers (via PatchZone) to document the release of third-party updates. There are no guarantees of the timeliness of the updates to this document, and on occasion this document has not been updated for a couple of days after the actual release -- depending on my availability and other workloads.

If I remember correctly, the reason I switched from using the emails generated by the Patch Manager server was that it didn't include the version number of the patches.

Also, I'm getting an email like this:


However, it would be useful if it looked like:

Published Patch Version | New Release Version

This way we only see updates (in addition to their version numbers) for patches that we have published.  In other words, it's not necessary for me to know a new Dell driver has been published if I don't publish those.

Any way to accomplish this?  I believe we discussed this before, but obviously I missed something

Correct, it only displays the Product Category Name for Security or Critical Updates.

Beyond that, if you navigate to the Software Publishing node of the console, select the desired synchronization event, and then click on the Packages tab in the bottom half of the Details Pane, the complete list of package obtained during that synchronization event will be displayed.

Suggestions for revisions to the notification email are welcome and encouraged in the Feature Requests forum.

That's a pretty tedious way to do it.  I'm surprised people haven't requested this before.  It seems like a notification saying "Hey, new versions of your published packages are available," would be the main type of notification needed in an application like Patch Manager.

Is there a way to auto download/publish certain updates to certain groups when they are released to the catalog?  If so, can there be an email notification when this happens? If not, is there a way to setup email notifications when certain updates are published manually?  Thanks

There is not currently a methodology to auto-download or auto-publish updates to WSUS.

We do have an idea posted related to those ideas if you'd like to vote:

I know this is quite delayed considering when the initial response was generated, but I was directed here by SolarWinds support.  I've also been experiencing delays in receiving JRE patches as well.  Currently, JRE7u40 is available from the Java site, but Patch Manager still has JRE7u25 listed as the last available patch.  All other 3rd-party updates appear to be coming in just fine.

JRE7u40 was just released by Oracle this morning.

The previous update was JRE7u25 released on June 19.

You're not missing any Java updates!

Okay, my apologies.  Today was the first time in a while that I checked the Java site to see if there was an update and u40 was available, so it had me a little concerned.

JRE7u40 was published to the catalog shortly before 9am CT this morning.

I  have three duplicate packages in my Apple package list. The original three packages are listed as Expired, but their replacements are identical in wording, MSI product code and references. Why wouldn't this be a revision? There could be a difference that I'm missing. I just want to make sure folks with the IOS 7 itch won't come breaking down my door.

Well, it would help if I mentioned them, eh? Sorry, it has been a looong day.

Apple Mobile Device Support (x64) (upgrade)

Apple Mobile Device Support (x86) (full install)

Apple Mobile Device Support (x64) (full install)

I'm checking on this, Jay. I'm not seeing the differences either.

Is there a link where we could download the updated cab files?  Like Java and Firefox. The reason I ask is our Patch Manager is running on a closed network.

While it is possible to download the catalog and manually import it into a disconnected server, even if you did download/import the catalog, it would still be necessary to obtain the installation files for each update independently. However, there is no supported methodology for manually importing the update binaries, and while it is possible, doing so is a particularly tedious effort.

The preferred mythology is to use a similar sort of export/import process as you're using for the WSUS server. This process is described in a Geek Speak article from earlier this year: Using Patch Manager in a Disconnected Network Environment

Is there any status page that self-refreshes with the status of patches?  I couldn't find one in the PM console window.

Patch Manager provides email notifications for synchronization results.

There is no web-based resource that is automatically updated.

This page is manually updated (by me), typically around 9am in the morning (schedule permitting).

There were Skype and Thunderbird releases in the past 36 hours, which will be posted in the next 24 hours.

I'll check it out. I have been doing the download of the catalog and the installation files for Adobe and it been working great. Firefox on the other hand I can never seem to get it to work right. Every month it is a different issue.

There is only one problem with this setup. Our disconnected network is a classified system. So if we create the SAS on the same network as the PAS we cannot move the SAS onto a internet connected network.

Can we integrate the patch management with microsoft wsus and system center configuration manager?

Can we integrate the patch management with microsoft wsus and system center configuration manager?

Absolutely. See the Patch Manager Evaluation Guide for ConfigMgr 2012 for more details.

I see Flash 17 in the table but i am not seeing it in in my console under software publishing.  The highest I see is Flash 16.


Are you still seeing the issue ?

Flash 17 was added to the catalog on 13th March 12:45 GMT, When was last Sync operation performed to update the catalog ? if not please perform a catalog sync to bring down the updates.

Any word on when Chrome 43.0.2357.134 & Java 8u51 packages will be released?

They were released today!

Any chance we could get Webex software added to the set of patches available to be pushed?

I've added it to the "wish list". How about we also put it up for voting!

Vote here:

When will the new version of Google Chrome (47.0.2526.73) be released for Patch Manager?

Patch Manager has Adobe update packages for Flash Player, Shockwave, etc.  However, I do not see any SolarWinds packaged Adobe Reader updates available.  There are two areas under 'Software Publishing' for these.  Adobe Packages (Packaged by SolarWinds) and Adobe Systems, Inc Packages (Stuff straight from Adobe).  Will there be any SolarWinds packaged Adobe Reader updates available?

It is unlikely that SolarWinds will respond with a definite release date/time as it must be created and tested, but historically this happens fairly quickly; here are the last few:

46.0.2490.86  Released by vendor: 11/10/2015  Added to Patch Manager Catalog:  11/11/2015

46.0.2490.80  Released by vendor: 10/22/2015  Added to Patch Manager Catalog:  10/23/2015

46.0.2490.71  Released by vendor: 10/13/2015  Added to Patch Manager Catalog:  10/14/2015

45.0.2454.101 Released by vendor: 09/24/2015  Added to Patch Manager Catalog:  09/28/2015

45.0.2454.99 Released by vendor: 09/21/2015  Added to Patch Manager Catalog:  09/23/2015

SolarWinds will sometimes release Full installation packages for Adobe Reader but typically that is not for every minor version.  You are correct that it has been a while since the last Full install version was added to the catalog - that was on 12/9/2014.

You won't find any Reader update packages in the Adobe Packages folder since Adobe makes packages for the upgrades and SolarWinds does not want to duplicate what Adobe is already providing since that would be (even more) confusing.

Thanx for the feedback.  BTW, I tested a few scenarios and what I found was the Adobe Reader 11.0.13 update was corrupted.  I deleted it and re-downloaded it.  I published it and it applied successfully.  Sometimes the simple solution is the right one to try. 

Well, 6 days since 47.0.2526.73 was released by Google and still no package from SolarWinds.


Chrome 47.0.2526.73 was added to catalog shortly. This delay is due to some unavoidable circumstances.

What a headache to keep up with all this, track it, troubleshoot it . . .

Thanks SW.  Your work is recognized and much appreciated!


I downloaded the content for Firefox 43 Upgrade, but when I try to publish it, I get this.  Tried deleting the content and downloaded it again.  Same issue when trying to publish.


Ok, disregard this post.  I was going to delete it, but then thought that explaining it may help others.  The Credential ring was using a password that had been changed, so things started to fail.  I updated the password and all is well.

Have a great day!!!

The new Chrome 50 packages need to be updated. The applicability rule says "WindowsVersion greater than or equal to MajorVersion=5 MinorVersion=1 Service Pack Major = 2 Service Pack Minor=0 Product Type=Workstation", but Chrome 50 dropped support for Windows XP and Vista. As a test I installed it anyway on my XP test VM and it gives you this every time you run it.



Please re-sync catalog to get updated packages

Any word on Flash ActiveX, and Adobe Reader 11.0.16?

I see Adobe Reader 11.0.16.  I have already downloaded and published it.  However, the new version of Flash player has not been packaged yet.  I see it for download from Adobe's distribution site, just looks like Solar Winds hasn't pushed it to Patch Manager yet...

I am not seeing the Adobe Reader Update, the last one I have is the 11.0.15.  Is there something I need to check in my sync catalog?

I'm getting errors on my syncing.


I found this article.  On the server where Patch Management is installed, is there plenty of free space available?

"CabLib Extract ERROR while extracting files from cabinet: failure writing to target file" (127114)

8.12 GB free.


Flash published shortly to catalog, As hdwrguy​ mentioned space constraint could be the issue for this sync failure.

Flash has been published and is in the catalog.  Thank you!!

There's now 32.4 GB of free space and it's still failing with the same error.  It says nothing about available space.  It's saying that "The file is not a cabinet Stack Trace"  See screenshot above...

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