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02.05.2003 - Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/XP (64-Bit) Patch: Enabling applications to access HTML Help in a new, restricted mode



View Microsoft related news. Download this patch now to ensure that Internet Explorer can properly display HTML Help in HTML pages.
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02.04.2003 - MS03-004: February 2003 Cumulative Patch for Internet Explorer (810847)



View InternetExplorer related news. This update is for Internet Explorer 6 SP1, 6 SP1 (64bit), 6 for Windows XP, 5.5 SP2, 5.01 for Windows 2000 SP3.
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02.03.2003 - Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 1a (SP1a)



View Microsoft-WindowsXP related news. Windows XP Service Pack 1a (SP1a) provides the latest security and reliability updates to the Windows XP family of operating systems, and includes Internet Explorer 6 SP1a. Windows XP SP1a is designed to ensure Windows XP platform compatibility with newly released software and hardware, and includes updates that resolve issues discovered by customers or by Microsoft's internal testing team. To determine whether to install Windows XP SP1a, we recommend reviewing the Windows XP documentation and information below. If you have already installed Windows XP SP1, you do not need to Windows XP SP1a.
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01.22.2003 - MS02-070: Flaw in SMB Signing Could Enable Group Policy to be Modified (329170) - Updated



View Microsoft-WindowsXP related news. V2.0 (January 22, 2002): Subsequent to the release of this bulletin, it was determined that the fix described here was not included in XP Service Pack 1. The bulletin and patch have been updated to reflect this.
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01.22.2003 - MS03-001: Unchecked Buffer in Locator Service Could Lead to Code Execution (810833)



View Microsoft-WindowsXP related news. The Microsoft Locator service is a name service that maps logical names to network-specific names. It is included with Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, and Windows XP.
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01.22.2003 - Microsoft Windows XP Home/Professional/64 Bit Edition Patch: USB Devices May Not Work After You Unplug a Downstream USB Hub from the Host Controller



View Microsoft-WindowsXP related news. If you unplug all your Universal Serial Bus (USB) devices from the host controller, the host controller may not respond when you plug these devices in again. Additionally, after you remove all these devices, your computer may stop responding (hang) during the shutdown process. This problem is more likely to occur if several USB hubs are cascaded and USB devices are connected to the cascaded hubs.
Full View / NID: 491 / Submitted by: TACKtech Team

01.22.2003 - MS03-002 : Cumulative Patch for Microsoft Content Management Server 2001 (810487)



View Microsoft related news. A cross-site scripting flaw exists in one of these ASP pages. The flaw can permit an attacker to insert script in the data that is being sent to an MCMS server. Because the server generates a Web page in response to a user request that is made by using this page, the script may be embedded in the page that MCMS generates and returns to the user. If this occurs, the script may then be run when it is processed by the user’s browser. Because of this, attacker may be able to access information that the user shared with the legitimate site.
Full View / NID: 490 / Submitted by: TACKtech Team

01.22.2003 - Microsoft Windows XP Home/Professional/64-Bit Patch: Panasonic DV Camera May Not Enumerate



View Microsoft-WindowsXP related news. After you upgrade to Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1), you may experience problems when you try to use your digital video (DV) camera. The Panasonic NV-C5 DV camera may not be enumerated correctly when you plug it into your computer. The camcorder driver is not loaded, but no error messages are reported. You hear the new-device-enumeration sound and you see the new-device bubble, but only the lower drivers in the stack are loaded. Without the top-level camcorder driver, the device does not seem to be discovered by Windows.
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01.22.2003 - Microsoft Windows XP Home/Professional/64-Bit Patch: Hard Disk May Become Corrupted When Entering Standby or Hibernation



View Microsoft-WindowsXP related news. The flush cache command is not issued to a large hard disk that has 48-bit logical block addressing (LBA) enabled. Therefore, the hard disk may become corrupted when you enter either standby or hibernation.
Full View / NID: 488 / Submitted by: TACKtech Team

01.18.2003 - Microsoft Encarta Reference Library 2003 Patch



View InternetExplorer related news. Microsoft has released a patch Microsoft Encarta Reference Library 2003 - DVD Edition for to fix "ENC: Content Missing in Right-Side Pane of Encarta Researcher" titled "Encarta Reference Library 2003 Patch: Fixes Researcher Issue for IE Update (Msero.dll)". Supported Operating Systems: Windows Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/Windows XP
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01.17.2003 - Microsoft SQL 2000 Service Pack 3



View Microsoft-SQL related news. SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 3 (SP3) addresses specific issues discovered in SQL Server 2000 since its ship date. Because SQL Server Service Packs are cumulative, SP3 includes all fixes from previously released Service Pack 1 (SP1) and Service Pack 2 (SP2), and can be applied to an original installation or to one where SP1 or SP2 was previously applied.
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01.17.2003 - MS03-003: Flaw in how Outlook 2002 handles V1 Exchange Server Security Certificates could lead to Information Disclosure (812262)



View Microsoft-Office related news. The Outlook 2002 Update: January 22, 2003 offers the highest levels of stability and security available for Microsoft Outlook 2002. This update fixes an issue in Microsoft Outlook 2002 that occurs when encrypting HTML e-mail using a V1 Exchange Server Security certificate issued by the Microsoft Exchange Key Management Service (KMS). Under this specific scenario it is possible for some messages to remain unencrypted, and this update corrects the issue. The Outlook 2002 Update: January 22, 2003 is part of Microsoft’s continued effort to provide the latest product updates to customers.
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01.08.2003 - Microsoft Movie Maker 2 for Windows XP



View Microsoft-WindowsXP related news. Windows Movie Maker 2 makes home movies amazingly fun. With Movie Maker 2, you can create, edit, and share your home movies right on your computer. Build your movie with a few simple drag-and-drops. Delete bad shots and include only the best scenes. Then share your movie via the Web, e-mail, or CD. Using third-party software you can even take movies you've made and turn them into DVDs. You can also save your movie back to the video tape in your camera to play back on a TV or on the camera itself.
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01.08.2003 - Microsoft Plus! Digital Media Edition



View Microsoft-WindowsXP related news. Microsoft® Plus! Digital Media Edition delivers exciting new ways to enjoy your photos, music, and home movies with Windows® XP.
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01.08.2003 - MS02-070: Flaw in SMB Signing Could Enable Group Policy to be Modified (329170)



View Microsoft-WindowsXP related news. A flaw in the implementation of SMB signing in Windows 2000 and Windows XP can permit an attacker to silently downgrade the SMB signing settings on an affected computer. To do this, an attacker must have access to the session negotiation data as it is exchanged between a client and server, and must be able to modify the data in a way that exploits the flaw. This can cause either or both computers to send unsigned data no matter what signing policy the administrator sets. After the attacker downgrades the signing setting, the attacker can continue to monitor and change data in the session. The lack of signing prevents the communicators from detecting the changes.
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01.08.2003 - Microsoft Windows XP Home/Professional/Media Center Edition Patch: DirectShow Playback Support for Files Recorded with Windows XP Media Center Edition (810243)



View Microsoft-WindowsXP related news. Microsoft has released a supplement to update the Stream Buffer Engine (SBE) and Encryptor/Decryptor (EncDec) components that are included with Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1). If you want to play files that were recorded in Windows XP Media Center Edition (.dvr-ms files) on a PC that is running Windows XP SP1, download the "Q810234: Recommended Update - DirectShow Playback Support for Windows XP Media Center Edition Recorded Files" update from the Microsoft Windows Update Web site. This update may also be referred to as the "Windows XP TV Performance" update.
Full View / NID: 459 / Submitted by: TACKtech Team

01.07.2003 - Microsoft Windows Media Player 9 Series



View Microsoft-WMP related news. Enjoy fast and flexible music and video playback with Windows Media Player 9 Series. Over 120 new features including Fast Streaming for instant-on playback, and Mini-player mode make this the best player yet. The latest version for Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, and best experienced with Windows XP!
Full View / NID: 456 / Submitted by: TACKtech Team

12.20.2002 - Microsoft restablished links to DirectX 9.0



View Microsoft-DirectX related news. Microsoft DirectX is a group of technologies designed to make Windows-based computers an ideal platform for running and displaying applications rich in multimedia elements such as full-color graphics, video, 3D animation, and rich audio. DirectX 9.0 includes security and performance updates, along with many new features across all technologies, which can be accessed by applications using the DirectX 9.0 APIs.
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12.20.2002 - Microsoft removed links to DirectX 9.0



View Microsoft-DirectX related news. Microsoft DirectX is a group of technologies designed to make Windows-based computers an ideal platform for running and displaying applications rich in multimedia elements such as full-color graphics, video, 3D animation, and rich audio. DirectX 9.0 includes security and performance updates, along with many new features across all technologies, which can be accessed by applications using the DirectX 9.0 APIs.
Full View / NID: 435 / Submitted by: TACKtech Team

12.18.2002 - Microsoft Windows XP Home/Professional Patch: Hyperlinks Open in Internet Explorer Instead of in Default Browser or Help and Support Center



View Microsoft-WindowsXP related news. When you click a link in any of the following locations: the Help and Support Center, the Accessibility Wizard, the Magnifier, the Narrator, the On-Screen Keyboard, the File and Settings Transfer Wizard, your Active Desktop; the link may open in Microsoft Internet Explorer instead of in your default browser or in the Help and Support Center.
Full View / NID: 432 / Submitted by: TACKtech Team
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