[Full-Disclosure] Microsoft lauds IE as 'the most secure browser'
pappgeza at tolna.net
Tue Feb 10 21:42:29 GMT 2004
2004. február 10., 21:59:11, írtad:
heec> "" Last week's Internet Explorer patch has made the browser at
heec> least as secure, if not more secure, than any other browser,
heec> according to Microsoft UK's chief security officer.""
heec> Tell the young lad in the UK to step forward and correct this
heec> atrocious reporting and misquoting. We can't have Microsoft
heec> seen in the media as telling lies.
It is not good...
Microsoft send today ptches - not Zdnet...
Microsoft Security Bulletin MS04-007 >>>>>>> it`s not Microsoft.
ASN.1 Vulnerability Could Allow Code Execution (828028)
Issued: February 10, 2004 >>>>>> this is not last week .
Version Number: 1.0
Summary >>>>> all is good
Who should read this document: Customers who are using Microsoft®
Impact of vulnerability: Remote Code Execution
Maximum Severity Rating: Critical
Recommendation: Systems administrators should apply the update
Security Update Replacement: None
Caveats: Windows NT 4.0 (Workstation, Server, and Terminal Server
Edition) does not install the affected file by default. This file
is installed as part of the MS03-041 Windows NT 4.0 security update
and other possible non-security-related hotfixes. If the Windows NT 4.0
security update for MS03-041 is not installed, this may not be a
required update. To verify if the affected file is installed,
search for the file named Msasn1.dll. If this file is present,
this security update is required. Windows Update, Software Update
Services, and the Microsoft Security Baseline Analyzer will also
correctly detect if this update is required.
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