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Mim0

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that only happens in some strange cases. The "official" update is the one for IE8. Using the IE6 update is optional in case you have the favorites problem.

The replacement info if you slipstream IE8 is that 2936068 replaces the prev. cumm. update. that's it.

Edited by jvidal

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What happen to Mimo ??? Looks like no last filec-hecker update??

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First IE security flaw after Windows XP goes EOL.

Now blame Microsoft for not open-sourcing their IE6 or IE8 browsers.

http://consumerist.com/2014/04/29/microsoft-has-yet-to-issue-a-fix-for-major-internet-explorer-security-flaw/

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/04/27/oops_we_did_it_again_microsoft_warns_of_ie_zero_day/

EDIT: Congratulations that I was wrong. MS does release an update for XP this time.

Windows XP

KB2964358 | MS14-021 | mshtml.dll (IE) | 42591 42588 | None

Edited by Explorer09

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@Explorer09 - DUDE! Why here in this thread?

Additionally, you commented in the UDC for April 2014 thread. Do you even USE these tools (e.g. HFSLIP/nLite)? (as the member complains/uses "open source" solutions...)

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/171540-xp-eol-post-sp3-updates-downloader-udc-released-xdottk/

Everything you always wanted to know about the IExplorer FUD and How to Counter It -

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/171674-mass-hysteria-on-the-interwebs/

;)

HTH

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@Explorer09 - DUDE! Why here in this thread?

Additionally, you commented in the UDC for April 2014 thread. Do you even USE these tools (e.g. HFSLIP/nLite)? (as the member complains/uses "open source" solutions...)

If I never use these tools I would never be here. If you see some of my posts above in this thread, you'll see I also report HFSLIP bugs and provide list updates for Mimo who doesn't have enough time to do so.

The fact that I use it doesn't mean I like it. That's it.

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URGENT: NEW update for IE (yes, I know support was discontinued, but it seems to be a special case).

It's KB2964358.

 

Mimo? you there?

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URGENT: NEW update for IE (yes, I know support was discontinued, but it seems to be a special case).

It's KB2964358.

 

Mimo? you there?

Mimo doesn't seem to update his list for two months. Should I give a quick summary of what's changed?

March 2014

April 2014

March 2014

KB2935092 | hotfix | timezone | 42048 | replaces KB2904266 (cumulative time zone update)

(OBSOLETE:) KB2925418 | MS14-012 | IE | 42219 42207 | replaces KB2909921 in MS14-010

KB2929961 | MS14-013 | qedit.dll | 42113 | replaces KB2845187 in MS13-056

KB2930275 | MS14-015 | win32k.sys | 42101 | replaces KB2893984 in MS13-101

KB931125 | optional | rootsupd.exe (March 2014) | 42092 | WGA Validation Required

KB2934207 | "high-priority" | EOS notification | ENU direct download | Nagware. Better hide this update rather than install it.

April 2014

KB2936068 | MS14-018 | IE | 42431 42436 | replaces KB2925418 in MS14-012

KB2922229 | MS14-019 | kernel32.dll | 42329 | replaces KB2758857 in MS12-081

(Office 2003:) KB2878303 | MS14-017 | WINWORD | 42408 | replaces KB2863866 in MS14-001

(Office 2003:) KB2878299 | MS14-020 | MSPUB | 42403 | replaces KB2810047 in MS13-042

May 2014 out-of-band security bulletin

KB2964358 | MS14-021 | mshtml.dll (IE) | 42591 42588 | None

MSRT and Flash Player omitted here.

Edited by Explorer09
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This May 2014 updates i get on the Microsoft POSReady 2009 (Windows XP):

Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 on Windows Server 2003 (KB2932079)
Security Update for WEPOS and POSReady 2009 (KB2926765)
Security Update for Microsoft .NET Framework 4 on Windows Server 2003, Vista, Windows 7, Server 2008 x86 (KB2931365)
Security Update for Internet Explorer 8 for WEPOS and POSReady 2009 (KB2953522)
Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool - May 2014 (KB890830)

 

http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=137060#137060

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pos2009 == Microsoft Dynamics Point of Service 2009
WEPOS == Windows Embedded for Point of Service

Cheers and Regards

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They are XP based and are still supported and so are still getting updates from MS, and those updates can be ported to XP to allow XP to continue to be updated beyond the XP EOS of April 2014.

 

Cheers and Regards

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They are XP based and are still supported and so are still getting updates from MS, and those updates can be ported to XP to allow XP to continue to be updated beyond the XP EOS of April 2014.

 

Cheers and Regards

 

Haven't tested them yet but you should be actually able to slipstream them with HFSLIP directly without making any changes  :)

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