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They may be, but I'm not sure. I didn't cross-reference them with that list.

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I thought you took them from the Gurgelmeyers' list. Would you mind sharing the source of these hotfixes then? Did you find all of them by yourself?

I'm just interested what method you use to find these hotfixes :)

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Would you mind sharing the source of these hotfixes then? Did you find all of them by yourself?

I'm just interested what method you use to find these hotfixes :)

Sure tomasz86. :) It's not a competition, after all ;)

Some I found through educated guesswork and use of search engines. If you look at the build version for some files, you'll find groups of files that constitute particular parts of the OS - just for example, the Japanese Input Editor (IME) - that all share similar or the same file versions. When however the latest version I have of one of these files is quite disparate from the rest (for example), I take that as an indication that I could be missing an update, and proceed from there.

In the case of the last update, through these searches, i came upon blackwingcat's SP5 list. This helped me greatly.

To help us get any remaining hotfixes, please share any method or list you've found. The more people working on it, the better.

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I don't actually search particularly for new HBRs :unsure: I just happen to find them when looking for other things ;)

For example, i found 983458 when browsing BWC's Legacy Update site.

I also made a script to check version of files inside a hotfix (as sometimes it's different than listed in the KB article...).

HFVER 0.0.1 (2.66 KB)

QOmDV.png

Just copy the hotfixes you want to check to HF folder, run the script and check the HFVER folder (will be created when you run the script) for results. There will be a text file for each of them which will look like this:

                         ?  TEMP\HF\empty.cat
5.0.2195.6883 TEMP\HF\ipsec.sys
5.0.2195.6882 TEMP\HF\ipsecmon.exe
5.0.2195.6824 TEMP\HF\netdiag.exe
5.0.2195.6882 TEMP\HF\oakley.dll
5.0.2195.6882 TEMP\HF\polagent.dll
5.0.2195.6882 TEMP\HF\polstore.dll
5.0.2195.6872 TEMP\HF\rasmans.dll
6.2.29.0 TEMP\HF\spmsg.dll
6.2.29.0 TEMP\HF\spuninst.exe
? TEMP\HF\update

You can check multiple hotfixes at once. Separate textfile will be created for each of them.

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Haziran 2011 Update List ;

Windows XP Güvenlik Güncelleştirmesi (KB2544893)

Windows XP Güvenlik Güncelleştirmesi (KB2535512)

Windows XP Güvenlik Güncelleştirmesi (KB2536276)

Windows Server 2003 ve Windows XP x86 Üzerinde .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 ve 3.5 SP1 Güvenlik Güncelleştirmesi (KB2518864)

Windows XP Güvenlik Güncelleştirmesi (KB2476490)

Windows XP Güvenlik Güncelleştirmesi (KB2503665)

Windows XP için Internet Explorer 8 Güvenlik Güncelleştirmesi (KB2544521)

Windows XP için Internet Explorer 8 Toplu Güvenlik Güncelleştirmesi (KB2530548)

Windows Server 2003 ve Windows XP x86 Üzerinde .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 ve 3.5 SP1 Güvenlik Güncelleştirmesi (KB2478658)

Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Service Pack 1 Yeniden Dağıtılabilir Paket (KB2538242)

Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Service Pack 1 Yeniden Dağıtılabilir Paket (KB2538243)

Microsoft Silverlight için Güvenlik Güncelleştirmesi (KB2512827)

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.NET Framework updates KB2518864 and KB2478658 apply also to Windows 2000 (even though it's not mentioned on the M$ site).

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HFVER 0.0.2 (38.33 KB) is ready.

I added md5 checking. It may not look pretty but that's not the point here :lol:

                         ?  TEMP\HF\empty.cat
6.0.2800.1585 TEMP\HF\iecustom.dll
6.2.29.0 TEMP\HF\spmsg.dll
6.2.29.0 TEMP\HF\spuninst.exe
? TEMP\HF\update
5.0.3854.2500 TEMP\HF\vgx.dll
//
// File Checksum Integrity Verifier version 2.05.
//
b1035a2e505af840eaaa5ed685d072d6 temp\hf\empty.cat
af4dcbfe51d3fa7509f28cb0d793f101 temp\hf\iecustom.dll
37044da1f53a8a6e5c54fca4c974511a temp\hf\spmsg.dll
b5ff6305e3b6fdfc91057d2fac100e4c temp\hf\spuninst.exe
3b701381334d8863e2cda06c53c9c076 temp\hf\vgx.dll

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Windows 2000 Post-SP4 Updates for HFSLIP

11 - 18 June 2011

Added: updates

- Added 838141 (thanks PROBLEMCHYLD).

- Added 975560-v2 and 973904-v2 (thanks tomasz86).

- Added Adobe Flash Player SWFLASH.CAB, 14 June 2011 release (10.3.181.26) (thanks jvidal).

- Added 982132.

- Added 892211 (official, but no longer offered by Microsoft; thanks tomasz86).

- Restored 2511455 (unofficial) to the Windows list (from the Obsolete list), because it contains newer fixes than 983458 (regardless of the build number of Mrxsmb.sys).

For the rest of the changes (there are more), please read the Changelog.

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Classified as High Priority Update by Window Update:

WindowsXP-KB2541763-x86-XXX.exe

KB article:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2541763

Download:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=f55fb271-3fcc-4127-88a6-0676eb3fe27f

A update that enables Internet Explorer in Windows XP, in Windows Vista, or in Windows Server 2008 to parse fragmented TLS/SSL handshake messages is available

Replaces:

MS10-049: KB980436

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HFVER 0.0.3 (41.97 KB)

There was a bug in all previous versions which caused file versions being reported incorrectly. It's fixed now (getver.exe was changed for filever.exe).

The new version looks like this:

   -   -   -               -   - empty.cat
W32i DLL ENU 5.0.2195.6882 shp hidclass.sys
W32i DLL ENU 5.0.2195.6882 shp openhci.sys
W32i DLL PLK 5.4.15.0 shp spmsg.dll
W32i APP PLK 5.4.15.0 shp spuninst.exe
W32i DLL ENU 5.0.2195.6882 shp uhcd.sys
- - - - - [update]
- - - - - usb.inf
W32i DLL - 5.0.2195.6935 shp usbd.sys
W32i DLL ENU 5.0.2195.6882 shp usbehci.sys
W32i DLL ENU 5.0.2195.6891 shp usbhub20.sys
W32i DLL ENU 5.0.2195.6926 shp usbport.sys
//
// File Checksum Integrity Verifier version 2.05.
//
b1035a2e505af840eaaa5ed685d072d6 temp\hf\empty.cat
54d91404ab0c7fc5f0863cec330a9017 temp\hf\hidclass.sys
8cdeeebad20f68a209f433f1293a4d0d temp\hf\openhci.sys
8c10d4f0673ff0ab051bfa8a2b0cc813 temp\hf\spmsg.dll
a7591bfe53d21355153fa829e8a7626a temp\hf\spuninst.exe
57dbeec483000d511c6d44e20f3f4c0c temp\hf\uhcd.sys
8130349eaecd2f9fdbecca51b41666e4 temp\hf\usb.inf
9b26fe215d06dbe32f8849de724bf89d temp\hf\usbd.sys
38f3beeb29b93493bda439942a13ad19 temp\hf\usbehci.sys
e5ffbc29b394e30cc73a268e2931e5d9 temp\hf\usbhub20.sys
298e3eac4f707798c9f4c993c3dd1a49 temp\hf\usbport.sys

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Windows 2000 Post-SP4 Updates for HFSLIP

18 June - 8 July 2011

Added: updates

- Added Adobe Flash Player SWFLASH.CAB, 29 June 2011 release (10.3.181.34) (thanks jvidal).

- Added Root Certificates Update, June 2011.

- Added 838989.

Superseded updates

- 838989 is superseded by 843503 (hotfix available by request).

Other changes

- Updated the notes for 886677, which seems to be buggy (thanks jds).

- Updated the notes for 911564 - it's for both WMP9 and WMP6 (thanks tomasz86).

Removed

- Removed Adobe Flash Player SWFLASH.CAB, 14 June 2011 release (10.3.181.26).

- Removed Root Certificates Update, March 2011.

For all changes, please read the Changelog.

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I ran the hotfix WINDOWSXP-KB934428-V3-X86-ENU.EXE with HFVER 0.0.3.

It did not report all the files listed in the hotfix. This is the

WINDOWSXP-KB934428-V3-X86-ENU.EXE.TXT

   -   -   -               -   - [sp2qfe]
W32i DLL ENU 6.2.29.0 shp spmsg.dll
W32i APP ENU 6.2.29.0 shp spuninst.exe
- - - - - [update]
//
// File Checksum Integrity Verifier version 2.05.
//
37044da1f53a8a6e5c54fca4c974511a temp\hf\spmsg.dll
b5ff6305e3b6fdfc91057d2fac100e4c temp\hf\spuninst.exe

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PROBLEMCHYLD,

it's because HFVER 0.0.3 doesn't list files from subdirectories (except for xpsp2_binarydrop).

Please try this one:

HFVER 0.0.4 41.95KB

ALL files from each update are now listed which means that at this moment it can be used for updates for any NT5.x (2000/XP/2003) system (x86 only).

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Windows 2000 Post-SP4 Updates for HFSLIP

17 July - 23 August 2011

Added: updates

Unofficial updates (thanks blackwingcat and tomasz86):

- 935839-v5a

- 829884

More unofficial updates (thanks tomasz86):

- 2467659 (for Internet Explorer 6)

- 2544521 (for Internet Explorer 6)

- 2378111 (for Windows Media Player 9)

- 2412687

- 2506212

- 2510581 (Script 5.7)

- 2524375

- 2562937

- 2570791

- 961451 (MDAC 2.8 SP1)

- 2419632-v2 (MDAC 2.8 SP1)

- 968006

- 975558

- 2416400 v2 (thanks tomasz86).

Official updates:

- 324178

- 817855 (for Windows Media Player 9)

- Adobe Flash Player SWFLASH.CAB, 9 August 2011 release (10.3.183.5) (thanks jvidal).

Other changes

- Updated the notes for 891861 (Update Rollup 1). If your computer has a multi-core or hyperthreading CPU, you’re advised to apply a registry fix, as explained in the KB919521 article.

- Updated the notes for 891122 and 941569. These updates are not only for Windows Media Player 9.

- The Script updates 971961 and 981350 are not only for Script 5.6, but for 5.1 too (thanks tomasz86).

- Updated the folder for scripten.exe (Windows Script 5.7) from HFSVCPACK_SW1 to HF (thanks My2GirlsDad and tomasz86).

- Updated the notes for MDAC in the Select the Correct Version part of the Updates page. There are problems when slipstreaming both MDAC 2.53 and 2.8 together (thanks tomasz86).

- Updated the notes for 899456 - MDAC 2.81 installer (thanks mikesw and tomasz86).

Superseded updates

- 979402 is superseded by 2378111 (Windows Media Player 9)

- 935839 is superseded by 935839-v5a.

- 975542 and 981349 are superseded by 2510581.

- 980195 is superseded by 2562937.

- 324178 is superseded by 975558.

Removed

- Removed 2443685 (replaced by 2570791).

- Removed Adobe Flash Player SWFLASH.CAB, 29 June 2011 release (10.3.181.34).

- Removed 917344 (replaced by 971961).

- The previous broken version of 2416400 (replaced by 2416400 v2).

For all changes, please read the Changelog.

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Windows 2000 Post-SP4 Updates for HFSLIP

A small update:

Superseded updates

- 979402 is superseded by 2378111 (Windows Media Player 9) (thanks tomasz86)

Other changes

- Updated the notes for 891861 (Update Rollup 1). If your computer has a multi-core or hyperthreading CPU, you’re advised to apply a registry fix, as explained in the KB919521 article.

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Windows 2000 Post-SP4 Updates for HFSLIP

29 August 2011

Added: updates

- Added 901377 and 904765 (thanks tomasz86).

Other changes

- Updated the notes for the Internet Explorer 6 CABs IEW2K_4.CAB and WAB.CAB. Extra steps need to be taken to ensure that all IE6-related files are properly installed (thanks tomasz86).

- Updated the folder for 899591 and 829884 from HF to HFSVCPACK_SW1 (thanks tomasz86).

- Updated the folder for 817855 from HF to HFSVCPACK_SW2 (thanks tomasz86).

Removed

- Removed 819753 (replaced by 901377).

All changes can be found in the Changelog.

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Windows 2000 Post-SP4 Updates for HFSLIP

A small update:

Added

- Added Adobe Flash Player SWFLASH.CAB, 25 August 2011 release (10.3.183.7) (thanks jvidal).

Removed

- Removed Adobe Flash Player SWFLASH.CAB, 9 August 2011 release (10.3.183.5).

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new updates for XP this month:

- KB2570947 (MS11-071)

- KB2616676 (update of Security Advisory 2607712, replaces KB2607712)

- and of course MSRT (v4.0)

List and file-checker will be updated as soon as possible :)

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I'm not so sure that KB2616676 replaces KB2607712.

I did a file comparison and while crypt32.dll was indeed updated to 5.131.2600.6149, when I looked at update_SP3QFE.inf there where discrepancies.

update_SP3QFE.inf.png

When reading the bulletin, I came across this...

Known issues

  • We are investigating an issue with update 2616676 for all Windows XP-based and Windows Server 2003-based systems.
    The versions of update 2616676 for Windows XP and for Windows Server 2003 contain only the latest six digital certificates that are cross-signed by GTE and Entrust. These versions of the update do not contain the digital certificates that were included in update 2607712. Update 2616676 incorrectly precedes update 2607712. Therefore, if you install update 2616676 and have not already installed update 2607712, you will not be offered update 2607712 from Windows Update. You must manually install update 2607712.
    To install update 2607712, visit the following Microsoft website, and then select the download link that is appropriate for your system: http://support.micro....com/kb/2607712 (http://support.micro....com/kb/2607712) If you install update 2607712, and then you install update 2616676, your system will be protected against the vulnerability that is described in Security Bulletin 2607712 (http://technet.micro...dvisory/2607712) .
    Systems that are running Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008 R2 are not affected by this issue.
    We will issue an update to update 2616676 when testing is complete.
    Microsoft is researching this problem and will post more information in this article when the information becomes available.

Any thoughts?

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I'm not so sure that KB2616676 replaces KB2607712.

...

thoughts?

Yes, I wrote this, because of this MSRC-Blog-Posting:

...

In an effort to protect customers, last week we released Security Advisory 2607712 along with a non-security update to add fraudulent DigiNotar certificates to the Windows Untrusted Certificate Store. Today, we are releasing another update (2616676), adding six additional DigiNotar root certificates that are cross-signed by Entrust and GTE, to the Untrusted Certificate Store. Update 2616676 supersedes 2607712 and contains the full list of certificates which are:

  • DigiNotar Root CA
  • DigiNotar Root CA G2
  • DigiNotar PKIoverheid CA Overheid
  • DigiNotar PKIoverheid CA Organisatie - G2
  • DigiNotar PKIoverheid CA Overheid en Bedrijven
  • DigiNotar Root CA Issued by Entrust (2 certificates)*
  • DigiNotar Services 1024 CA Issued by Entrust*
  • Diginotar Cyber CA Issued by GTE CyberTrust (3 certificates)*

...

But with the issue-description in KB2616676 it's better to use also 2607712.

-- EDIT

Link to MSRC-Blog added

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Silly MS! :realmad:

So which is it? What's said in More on DigiNotar Certificates, and September Bulletins or KB2616676?

EDIT:

Oh wait. Read the bottom...

UPDATE: We have updated the Known Issues section of KB 2616676 to notify customers using Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 who downloaded update 2616676, that the update only contains the latest six digital certificates that are cross-signed by GTE and Entrust. These update versions do not also contain the digital certificates that were included in update 2607712. Customers who install update 2607712, and then install update 2616676, will be protected against the fraudulent certificates described in Security Advisory 2607712.

I guess you need both.

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..

...We have updated the Known Issues section of KB 2616676 ...
...

I guess you need both.

Yes, that's also my thought when reading it...

...

But with the issue-description in KB2616676 it's better to use also 2607712.

:D
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it seems not slipstreaming both of them but rather install/get them manually (2607712 before 2616676) after the os is set up is easiest way to ensure all certification stuff is applied correctly until M$

issue an update to update 2616676
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Windows 2000 Post-SP4 Updates for HFSLIP

18 September 2011

Added: updates

- Added 982214 v2 (thanks WildBill).

- Added 927779 v2 (for MDAC 2.81), 2510587 (for Windows Script 5.6), Script 5.8 (for Windows Script 5.8), 927489 (thanks tomasz86).

- Added 839264 (thanks tomasz86).

Other changes

- Updated the advice regarding the choice between Script updates.

- Updated the advice regarding MDAC updates.

Superseded updates

- 927779 (is superseded by 927779 v2).

- 971961 and 981350 (are superseded by 2510587).

Removed

- Removed 982214 (replaced by 982214 v2).

For all changes, please read the Changelog.

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