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  1. This problem was known Therefore KB4018556 was published in a revised version again (KB4018556-v2).
  2. There is also a belated security update from MS. WindowsXP-KB4025409-x86-XXX.exe 07/13/2017 Infos: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4025409/security-update-for-the-windows-elevation-of-privilege-vulnerability https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/security-guidance/advisory/CVE-2017-8563 https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4034879/how-to-add-the-ldapenforcechannelbinding-registry-entry Applies primarily to clients that are logged on to a domain.
  3. Update with 2 more root certificates: CN = Application CA G4 Root O = LGPKI C = JP CN = PosDigicert Class 2 Root CA G2 O = Digicert Sdn. Bhd. C = MY Those using heinoganda's Cert_Updater.exe should run it ASAP. Others needing a redistributable rootsupd.exe should follow his instructions for creating their own, or PM at 5eraph for an updated EXE file.
  4. Small info: Have my Google Chrome PPAPI Flashplayer Updater uploaded again because the download had expired.
  5. Since July 2013 the updates for all XP variants are only published in the QFE branch. KB4032782 solves the problems with printing under IE8. Anyone who does not print via Internet Explorer anyway can rest assured to wait for the next cumulative update for IE8 in July 2017 where this update is introduced. (There may be users who want to print from Internet Explorer shortly content of websites.) I can confirm, but the link to Microsoft Update still does not work on the Windows Update page.
  6. When downloading the definition updater, there are the files "Readme first.txt" and "Info.txt", where the call parameters are described in the latter. MSE_DEF_UPD.exe /aig (To execute via the task manager) (as User "NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM") Create a Corresponding Task in the Task Manager, and the definition updater is run at regular intervals.
  7. There was also an update for IE8 KB4032782 Info: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4032782/a-blank-page-or-404-error-prints-when-you-try-to-print-a-frame-in-ie Regarding Petya's nemesis since the user should not open each attachment at an e-mail, especially with unknown origin! It should with older Office versions not be opened attachments with rtf documents! With Wordpad under Windows XP, this gap was closed by KB4014793 in April 2017! More Infos: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/wannacry-d-j-vu-petya-ransomware-outbreak-wreaking-havoc-across-the-globe/
  8. On the one hand, there were updates for the .NET Framework 3.5 and 4 packages which were not offered via AU / WU / MU, on the other hand, several updates were not required by a newer one where MS has not documented! Just open the patch files (ending msp) with 7zip and see if a newer patch the corresponding files are present.
  9. Opera 12.18 is not a Chromium based browser, so no PPAPI Flashplayer works!
  10. It does not surprise me, especially since the updates are available. Well, the users installing the POSReady Updates have already received these updates partially at an earlier date. MS does not want to stand as a guilty after the WannaCry attack, as it is to be expected that even more NSA tools are used.
  11. Unfortunately the search is still missing KB4012583 and KB3197835 for Windows XP sp3! In addition, "Microsoft security advisory 4025685: Guidance for older platforms: June 13, 2017" has been informed about these updates!
  12. For Updates simply the download links via the WSUS Catalog (for example, to KB3118304), since each user can choose the language that the required. For the Windows XP updates, disable automatic updates, first install the Cumulative Update for Internet Explorer 8 every second Tuesday of the month and then start a manual search in Windows Update (Disable Microsoft Update) in IE. http://update.microsoft.com/windowsupdate Unfortunately, I can not offer a better solution, so many scenarios have already played many times, with no better way to avoid the high CPU utilization at svchost.
  13. Disable Automatic Updates and restart the computer, which allows the processor load to go to a normal level. Is a newer Office version installed?
  14. @bluebolt Try the links from this comment. Here is always the latest version of the Flashplayer's available.
  15. Correctly. @glnz Regarding the security updates that MS officially offers for Windows XP sp3 for download are not needed when POSReady updates are installed! For those who do not install POSReady updates: Have a comment added with the available updates for Windows XP sp3.