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The File-Checker (HFSLIPFC) for HFSLIP


Mim0

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Hmm, it should be asking for it. Strange. August 2011 cumulative time zone update for Windows operating systems http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2570791

Last Review: August 11, 2011

Patch Tuesday was the 9th so it makes sense that it didn't appear then but is should now.

It has a digital signature of Friday, July 08, 2011 8:58:23 PM

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OK, here's some info:

new:

2562937 (Ax killbits) replaces 2508272

2566454

2567680 replaces 2121546, but this one was already replaced by 2507938, so nothing to replace.

2570222

2570791 replaces 2443685 (Timezone update)

Edit: almost forgot: KB2536276 v2 replaces KB2536276 (you need WindowsXP-KB2536276-v2-x86-XXX.exe)

MRT 3.22 replaces 3.21

and

IE8 2559049 replaces prev. cumm. update (can't remember the KB number right now).

Also, new flash is available here: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7065652/SWFLASH.CAB

And for hfslip64, here: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7065652/HFSLIP64_PRE_SWFlash10.zip

C ya!

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you still alive, Mimo?

Yes, all is ok. sorry for the delay... I was on a business trip and I had also much -- high priority :) -- private things to do. But currently I preparing the new upload...
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file-checker update for windows XP:

2011-08-22
- Added: KB2536276-v2 (MS11-043: SMB Client)
- Added: KB2559049 (MS11-057: Internet Explorer)
- Added: KB2566454 (MS11-062: Remote Access Service NDISTAPI Driver)
- Added: KB2567680 (MS11-063: Windows Client/Server Run-time Subsystem)
- Added: KB2570222 (MS11-065: Remote Desktop Protocol)
- Added: KB2562937 (Security Advisory 2562937: ActiveX Kill Bits)
- Added: Malicious Software Removal Tool 3.22.5202.0
- Added: KB2570791 (Cumulative Time Zone Update)
- Added: Adobe Flash Player 10.3.183.5
- Removed: KB2536276 (MS11-043: SMB Client, replaced by KB2536276-v2)
- Removed: KB2530548 (MS11-050: Internet Explorer, replaced by KB2559049)
- Removed: KB2507938 (MS11-056: Windows Client/Server Run-time Subsystem, replaced by KB2567680)
- Removed: Malicious Software Removal Tool 3.21.5103.0
- Removed: KB2443685 (Cumulative Time Zone Update)
- Removed: Adobe Flash Player 10.3.181.34

Download HFSLIPFC v.2011/05/10 with XP-update-list v.2011/08/22

Furthermore I’ve added a download-link to the update-list for the Italian Windows Messenger 5.1 (5.1.0.715). Thx to brutus1234

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Wait, I (already) found a few bugs:

First, hfslipc is looking for KB2562937-ENU-xxxxxxx , but my lang is set to spanish, not english. Because of this, it asks for the prev. update (2508272, now obsolete) and it says that 2562937-ESN-xxx is "obsolete", whereas it's actually the correct update.

Why on earth would hfslipc ask for a previus update when it doesn't find the current one? I think this is not right. It should just ask for the latest, and if it's not found, then say it's missing, but not ask for a previous one...

Second, are you sure that IE8-KB2559049 replaces the Compatibility update (KB2447568)? It replaces the previous cumm. update, but the compatibility update...????? (BTW, it says "relpaced" instead of "replaced").

Third: 2567680 DOES NOT replace 2507938. It replaces 2121546, which was already replaced by 2507938.

2507938 updates two files: winsrv.dll and csrsrv.dll, while 2567680 replaces only one: winsrv.dll

I hope you can fix these ASAP.

bye!

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First, hfslipc is looking for KB2562937-ENU-xxxxxxx , but my lang is set to spanish, not english. Because of this, it asks for the prev. update (2508272, now obsolete) and it says that 2562937-ESN-xxx is "obsolete", whereas it's actually the correct update.

Why on earth would hfslipc ask for a previus update when it doesn't find the current one? I think this is not right. It should just ask for the latest, and if it's not found, then say it's missing, but not ask for a previous one...

When I looked for the download of KB2562937 I just found a direct download link on the kb-article (no link to the download-center). And also on a non-englisch kb-article I found just the English one. So I think it's an ENU-update for all languages.

The reason that KB2508272 is still listed as an active download: you can decide that the file-checker will not check for advisories. And then KB2508272 will still be expected. But if the file-checker will find KB2562937, KB2508272 will not be expected anymore.

Second, are you sure that IE8-KB2559049 replaces the Compatibility update (KB2447568)? It replaces the previous cumm. update, but the compatibility update...????? (BTW, it says "relpaced" instead of "replaced").

Of course youre right. In the update-list (web-site) it's correct but when I changed the file-checker-list I made this error.

Third: 2567680 DOES NOT replace 2507938. It replaces 2121546, which was already replaced by 2507938.

2507938 updates two files: winsrv.dll and csrsrv.dll, while 2567680 replaces only one: winsrv.dll

Thx!!!

I upload a fixed list this day...

-- edit --

when I search directly in the download-center for KB2562937 I found the download-page (with language-selection).

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