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Trend Micro flags JVIEW.EX version 5.0.3155.0 - but needs 5.0.3801.0. Where do I get it

Hi,
Trend Micro Worry Free Business Security Advanced is flagging that several of our older development PCs have a vulnerable version of :

C:\WINDOWS\system32\JVIEW.EXE


Trend say :
"As mentioned previously, the vulnerability scan is file based, meaning we compare the versions of the files that needs to be updated. For this particular file JVIEW.EXE, the version that you have based on the logs is 5.0.3155.0 however, the latest version for this file is 5.0.3801.0."

Problem is from my basic googling Microsoft doen't supply this update anymore due to the whole 'Not supporting Java' thing from a while back.

Can anyone help here ?

Trend refuse to remove it as a vulnerability from their reporting (arguably so) but have not been able to help with sourcing the update to solve the problem.
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy

8/22/2022 - Mon
Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy

Do you have any need to be running Microsoft Virtual Machine (which jview.exe is part of)?  If not, then what is the problem?

Jeff
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Michael Green

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At then end of the day I just need to get rid of these error messages......and not break anything to do it.  Therefore my preference was to source the update.....

However I'm open to other options.....
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy

Sorry I never got back to you on this.  As you have renamed the file, you can also delete, which is what I was suggesting in the first place --- that you probably don't need it.  Sorry I wasn't more clear in the first place.

Jeff
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