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egrabrych

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  1. POSReady 2009: KB4012204 (Cumulative Security Update for IE8), KB4012583, KB4012584, KB4012497, KB3216916, KB4011981, ........... (???)
  2. ... and 1 for .NET Framework 4.0 (KB3189017, Rollup):
  3. Also offered by Windows Update:
  4. Internet Explorer 8. I received a reply from Malwarebytes Support. For the free version do the following: Disable the VB Scripting enforcement under advanced settings → application hardening. Other settings are included in the licensed version so this will not be added to the free version. So are two choices: or the use of the button [Stop Protection] before you use "Review your update history".
  5. Whenever I have the program "Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Free" open and active, I can't use the "Review your update history" option on the properly functioning Microsoft Update webpage. Trying to use this option results in the appearance of the message: [Error number: 0x800A138F], while in the "Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Free" log there appears the following message: "The VB scripting engine has been blocked from loading in the browser". However, it's enough to click the button [Stop Protection] in "Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Free," and then the "Review your update history" option becomes usable again. Hence, I have the following question for the fellow users of Windows XP SP3 who also use the program "Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Free": do you have the same problem too? I should mention that I informed Malwarebytes Support about the problem, and I will post here about the results of my intervention once I receive official response.
  6. Global exceptions - YES. That's enough, but such a solution is not good. Individual exceptions - not in the Free version.
  7. egrabrych

    Java 8 in XP.

    The original Java 8 Update 72 (and Java 8 Update 71) on my computer functioned properly (in Firefox and Internet Explorer 8)! Problems arose after replacing these 2 files: http://forums.opera.com/discussion/1862943/java-in-opera-12-17/p1 +1. And on IE8, too! But one should append ";C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_72\bin" manually to the PATH environment variable, just like in the case of JRE65/66. I added. In Internet Explorer 8 now Java 8 Update 72 also acts after replacing these 2 files. Exactly.
  8. egrabrych

    Java 8 in XP.

    http://forums.opera.com/discussion/1862943/java-in-opera-12-17/p1 It stopped working after updating to Java 8 Update 71. Java 8 Update 71 (and Update 72) ceases to function at all after replacing these two files. Not only for Opera, also for Firefox and Internet Explorer 8. So it is in my computer. Is it only in my computer, I do not know.
  9. Then reboot. Afterwards verify this site and/or this site identiefies your browser as IE9. Then let's see how google and yahoo! react to your browser (AFAIK, trying to spoof IE7 or IE8 is not useful anymore, nowadays). In the Windows Registry entry quoted above there is a small error. Using the color red, I've highlighted the fragment which I think is unnecessary - because the following is repeated twice: [-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\User Agent\Post Platform]
  10. Was not complete, lacked KB2894842-v2 (for .NET Framework 4.0). Has been corrected. There .NET Framework 1.0, but the .NET Framework 1.1 KB2978114 is probably a newer version of the patch KB2931352 (includes newer versions of the same files). Bersaglio list contains all the updates for the .NET Framework 1.1 in order from oldest to most recent. Of course, all the time, I mean updates released after April 8, 2014 year!
  11. 16 updates (in chronological order) released for .NET Framework 2.0 SP2, 3.0 SP2 and 4.0 Client/Extended after April 08, 2014 (all these updates are compatible with XP SP3 but You should have all critical updates for .NET Framework platforms via M$ Update installed first): http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/7/9/8795602E-F665-491D-9ACA-18835B0E03D0/NDP20SP2-KB2932079-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/A/1/C/A1CF7A32-DE4C-4801-9941-97968014D0CD/NDP40-KB2931365-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/F/1/4/F14595A2-A761-4368-9537-CB1347A5C31D/NDP20SP2-KB2972214-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/2/B/2/2B23383E-72A3-4B45-A0B2-74F41674AB8D/NDP30SP2-KB2973115-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/5/D/8/5D8CAE6E-DD52-4654-A8A5-F783079CBD39/NDP40-KB2894842-v2-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/7/7/7/777B7C3B-F6D7-4F2A-BAB9-3E79287009E9/NDP40-KB2972215-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/C/2/C/C2CBA674-3E4B-4BF0-9B75-6239E994C356/NDP20SP2-KB2972105-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/E/0/5/E0501D1E-4046-484C-AB8D-00F82DE53651/NDP20SP2-KB2979574-v2-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/1/5/E/15E6F381-A764-457D-A9BF-D4DF22665F1D/NDP40-KB2972106-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/2/F/7/2F798ACF-EFDC-45EA-B76F-F0DE4E67882E/NDP40-KB2979575-v2-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/4/A/E/4AEAB77C-6FF8-44C2-9679-1BAB52B93250/NDP20SP2-KB2978124-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/C/C/A/CCA7CA55-9109-42B0-908C-FFA419E4792E/NDP40-KB2978125-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/D/A/2/DA2E8293-1888-42EA-BA21-CB88EEC51177/NDP20SP2-KB3037577-x86.exehttp://download.microsoft.com/download/B/F/9/BF95F11F-6552-437A-BD62-1666826A8EE5/NDP40-KB3037578-x86.exe Thank you I was "offline", but the answer was given Abbreviated answer give Dencorso (# 374). These are the fixes listed in Microsoft Security Bulletins: MS14-026, MS14-053, MS14-057, MS14-072 (https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/security/dn553321.aspx), and MS15-041 (https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/security/dn903782.aspx) - fixes for Windows Server 2003 (x86) Service Pack 2. In order from newest to oldest: .NET Framework 2.0: NDP20SP2-KB3037577-x86.exe (MS15-041), NDP20SP2-KB2978124-x86.exe (MS14-072), NDP20SP2-KB2972105-x86.exe and NDP20SP2-KB2979574-v2-x86.exe (MS14-057), NDP20SP2-KB2972214-x86.exe (MS14-053), NDP20SP2-KB2932079-x86.exe (MS14-026). .NET Framework 3.0: NDP30SP2-KB2973115-x86.exe (MS14-053). .NET Framework 4.0: NDP40-KB3037578-x86.exe (MS15-041), NDP40-KB2978125-x86.exe (MS14-072), NDP40-KB2972106-x86.exe and NDP40-KB2979575-v2-x86.exe (MS14-057), NDP40-KB2972215-x86.exe (MS14-053), NDP40-KB2894842-v2-x86.exe , NDP40-KB2931365-x86.exe (MS14-026). That's all I know
  12. Updates .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0 can be installed without problems. .NET Framework 1.1 updates are not possible to install without modifications such as those in KB2931352.
  13. Yes, KB2978114 is probably a newer version of the patch KB2931352 (includes newer versions of the same files).
  14. I installed KB3037577 (.NET 2.0 SP2) and KB3037578 (.NET 4.0). Up to this point I have not noticed any problems.
  15. KB2931352 is MS14-026. You sure are aware of MS14-053, MS14-057 and MS14-072, too, aren't you? I reminded here, issued a year ago KB2931352 patch because her installation in Windows XP require modification described in the initial part of this topic. Installation in Windows XP patch KB3037572 also requires such a modification. Release of amendments: KB2972207 (MS14-053) and KB2978114 (MS14-072) actually I overlooked
  16. Microsoft Update doesn’t inform about the updates for .NET Framework: KB3037577 (.NET 2.0 SP2) and KB3037578 (.NET 4.0) described in Microsoft Security Bulletin MS15-041. These updates, in the version for Windows Server 2003 x86, can be downloaded and installed manually. There’s a third update: KB3037572 (.NET 1.1 SP1), impossible to install without an alternation analogous to the one for KB2931352. Should the update KB3037572 also be installed in Windows XP?
  17. Hmm... The file win32k.sys from Harkaz has: CRC-32 = 9C109679 (http://hash.online-convert.com/crc32-generator) CRC-32B = A761AAA6 (http://hash.online-convert.com/crc32b-generator) However, the last digital group in the update.ver file from Harkaz is 7B2FBF88. How is this discrepancy to be understood?
  18. In Windows 98, it is possible to monitor the amount of the GDI resources in use, using the Resource Meter system tool. The problem is, this tool doesn’t provide information about what (which processes, files, programs) consumes the GDI resources and to what extent. It only provides a statistic. One program that I know – Usage Monitor – also doesn’t provide the detailed information in Windows 98 (despite even displaying a column intended for it). Does anyone know a program/tool which would provide the detailed information when used in Windows 98?
  19. Of course, I know that there are programs which do it correctly and then the problem described below no longer occurs. But my interest is in the case where as a result of using a program which doesn’t do it fully correctly (I’m thinking of Partition Magic here) the problem described below did occur. I’m interested in a solution to the problem other than repeating the cloning operation using a “better” program! And the said problem is as follows: I decided to move all my files from an old, worn out disk to a new one. Including the system partition of Windows XP (in my PC it’s primary FAT32 – but that’s probably not important). Started in Windows XP, Partition Magic copied all existing partitions onto the new disk without any problems. However, an attempt to start Windows XP from the new disk resulted in failure, because the system partition was assigned a different letter than on the old disk (on the old one it was D; on the new one it was N). I know that if I forced Partition Magic not to assign a letter to the new system partition, and then tried to start Windows XP (from the new disk) in the situation where none of the partitions had the letter D assigned, D would get assigned automatically to the new system partition and Windows XP would start. But, is there any program, run outside Windows, which can enforce assigning a chosen letter to the Windows system partition? I searched through the capabilities of programs run from UBCD 5.33 but I haven’t been able to find anything of the sort.
  20. This is what it is about: https://support.microsoft.com/kb/223188/en That article was probably written mainly for Windows 2000, but the entries in Windows XP Registry and their meaning are in fact the same. I’ve tried previously to use PC Regedit for other purposes, and so I will try to use it for this purpose as well .
  21. egrabrych

    Detailed information on the GDI resources

    Yes, exactly. I should write it earlier: I have installed Revolutions Pack 9.7.2.
  22. egrabrych

    Detailed information on the GDI resources

    So something in my Windows 98 missing ... or something is too new (dll)
  23. egrabrych

    Detailed information on the GDI resources

    This also applies to the older version Usage Monitor. Since I am in an exceptionally good mood today , I will read the above as: jaclaz Usage Monitor build 1.8.0.3 in Windows 98SE.
  24. egrabrych

    Detailed information on the GDI resources

    http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/136171-gdi-heap-extender/
  25. egrabrych

    Detailed information on the GDI resources

    This also applies to the older version Usage Monitor. Good , and I am attaching it to this post, so that it doesn't get lost. jaclaz It works similarly to GDI Usage, but I like less.
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