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The File-Checker (HFSLIPFC) for HFSLIP

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new file-checker update for XP:

2011-09-06
- Added: KB2607712 (Security Advisory 2607712: Certificate Revocation)

thanks mimo. dont wanna hurry u along :whistle:

but might we expect an updated list for xp within the next days?

according to freudi it seems like a quite quiet upcoming patchday

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Be aware,

i realized some tests on a VM, when you move KB961742-v3 to HFSVCPACK_SW1, at the first startup of windows when you logon, the my documents window open up. And each time you logon this window appears...

This KB is definitely strange.

A solution is to make a cab in HFGUIRUNONCE to install silently at first logon.

Like Mim0 said, if you don't use WinXP on a VM under Win 7, don't use it ;)

I do use include and have no problems.

BTW. do you install any third party software?

Have you checked the startup line with Autoruns?

it was a vanilla WinXP SP3 updated with the latest Mim0's file-checker, nothing in the autorun or anywhere.

Like said Mim0, you have to copy KB961742-v3 to HFSVCPACK_SW1 directory, not HF.

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but might we expect an updated list for xp within the next days?

sure... ;)
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Mimo, new version needed, updates released y/day.

MRT 4.0 replaces 3.22

2616676 replaces 2607712

2570947 (this one is new).

bye!

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WindowsXP-KB2508272-x86-TRK.exe

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WindowsXP-KB2570947-x86-TRK.exe

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WindowsXP-KB955759-x86-TRK.exe

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WindowsXP-KB961118-x86-TRK.exe

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WindowsXP-KB980436-x86-TRK.exe

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These are just reg for registration

KB2524375

KB2562937

understand the true

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Mimo, new version needed, updates released y/day.

MRT 4.0 replaces 3.22

2616676 replaces 2607712

2570947 (this one is new).

Thx!!!

btw 2616676 v2 replaces 2607712

WindowsXP-KB2508272-x86-TRK.exe

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WindowsXP-KB2570947-x86-TRK.exe

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WindowsXP-KB955759-x86-TRK.exe

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WindowsXP-KB961118-x86-TRK.exe

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WindowsXP-KB980436-x86-TRK.exe

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These are just reg for registration

KB2524375

KB2562937

understand the true

I don't understand...

new file-checker extension for XP:

2011-09-20
- Added: KB2616676 (v2)
- Added: KB2570947 (MS11-071: Windows Components)
- Added: Malicious Software Removal Tool 4.0.5301.0
- Removed: KB2607712 (replaced by KB2616676 v2)
- Removed: Malicious Software Removal Tool 3.22.5202.0

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Thx, mimo. Where did you get 2616676 v2????

In my case 2616676 replaced 2607712 and WU was completely happy, never asked for the new (v2) version...

I mean, I used WindowsXP-KB26661776-x86-ESN.exe and that one did the trick...

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Thx, mimo. Where did you get 2616676 v2????

MSRC :D

In my case 2616676 replaced 2607712 and WU was completely happy...

it's explained in the issue-section of 2616676 Edited by Mim0
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KB2524375 is also replaced by KB2616676-v2.

We have finished the investigation into an issue with update 2616676 for all Windows XP-based and Windows Server 2003-based systems.

Before September 19, 2011, the versions of update 2616676 for Windows XP and for Windows Server 2003 contained only the latest six digital certificates cross-signed by GTE and Entrust. These versions of the update did not contain the digital certificates that were included in update 2607712 or 2524375. Update 2616676 also incorrectly proceeded update 2607712. Therefore, before September 19, 2011 if you installed updated 2616676 and had not already installed update 2607712 or update 2524375, your system would not have been protected from the use of fraudulent digital certificates as described in security advisory 2607712.

On September 19, 2011, we rereleased update 2616676 to address this issue. If you are running Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 and you have not applied updates 2524375, 2607712, and 2616676, you should install cumulative update 2616676.

Most systems have automatic updating enabled. If you do have automatic updating enabled, you do not have to take any action because the update 2616676 will be installed automatically if any certificates are missing from the Microsoft Untrusted Certificate Store. Update 2616676 will not be reoffered to systems that have updates 2524375, 2607712 and 26116676 already installed.

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KB2524375 is also replaced by KB2616676-v2.

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Hi tomasz,

good hint. Thank you!!! :thumbup

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new file-checker extension for Windows XP:

2011-09-22
- Added: Adobe Flash Player 10.3.183.10
- Added: replacement-info that KB952287 is obsolete when using hotfix KB961451 (v2)
- Removed: Adobe Flash Player 10.3.183.7
- Removed: KB2524375 (replaced by KB2616676 v2)
- Changed: KB971029 (Autoplay only for CDs) from optional to high-priority

download here :)

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