Browser and Plug-in Check

By , Last modified: 2014-09-22.

Free online browser and plug-in check - are yours secure?

In case of browser prompts, please allow software to run for Plug-In Check to work properly.

This check is meant for Windows PC-s, but many plug-ins have same version numbers across different platforms. Mobile/smartphone devices are not supported.

If you've visited this page before, you might have to press F5 key or click Refresh/Reload button multiple times to see the latest results.

Plug-in Check

If any of the plug-ins (or the browser) above is out-of-date, it is strongly recommended to update these as soon as possible to avoid potential breaches by viruses, drive-by-downloads and other web threats!

Please close all open browser windows while updating any software - most plugins cannot be updated properly while a web browser is running. Also, you might have to press F5 key or click Refresh/Reload button multiple times to update results on this page after updating browsers or plug-ins.

Automating program updates in Windows

To have your browser, add-ons and other software updated automatically, use free Secunia PSI.
For Windows, Office and other Microsoft products, use Windows Update.

Securing browsers and add-ons

To make common web browsers and their extensions/plug-ins/add-ons more secure, please see the Browser security and Application security tutorials.

Supported web browsers

  • Apple Safari (discontinued on Microsoft Windows platform)
  • Google Chrome (stable channel)
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • Mozilla Firefox (release channel)
  • Opera (Chromium-based, stable channel)
  • WhiteHat Aviator

Supported browser extensions (only latest versions)

  • Adobe Flash Player
  • Adobe Reader
  • Adobe Shockwave Player
  • Apple QuickTime Player
  • Microsoft Silverlight
  • Oracle Java SE
  • RealPlayer
  • VLC Media Player



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