Mim0

The File-Checker (HFSLIPFC) for HFSLIP

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new file-checker for XP:

2011-10-12
- Added: KB2564958 (MS11-075: Active Accessibility)
- Added: KB2567053 (MS11-077: Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers)
- Added: KB2592799 (MS11-080: Ancillary Function Driver)
- Added: KB2586448 (MS11-081: Internet Explorer)
- Added: Malicious Software Removal Tool 4.1.5503.0
- Added: KB943232 (An application that uses the Sxs.dll file crashes on Windows XP)
- Removed: KB971513 (Automation API Update, replaced by KB2564958)
- Removed: KB2555917 (MS11-054: Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers, replaced by KB2567053)
- Removed: KB2503665 (MS11-046: Ancillary Function Driver, replaced by KB2592799)
- Removed: KB2559049 (MS11-057: Internet Explorer, replaced by KB2586448
- Removed: Malicious Software Removal Tool 4.0.5400.0

due to problems with the ftp-access to my site I offer the download here: hfslipfc-110510-xp111012.zip

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First off thanks for the new version.

On the other hand, when using the new version, it "updates" to an older version, from oct 6. Had to rename wget.exe to get the latest version working, otherwise, everytime I run it, it gets downgraded to the older ver.

Bye!

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On the other hand, when using the new version, it "updates" to an older version, from oct 6. Had to rename wget.exe to get the latest version working, otherwise, everytime I run it, it gets downgraded to the older ver.

Oh yes... I didn't considered that - reason was the file on the webserver was not the current ones.

Now I could upload all files and the auto-update problem is gone. :)

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Hi,

@Mim0 I was using a regedit entry for suppress Malicious Software Removal Tool to reduce xp source. But now it does not work for October. You know some trick for this?


;Malicious Software Removal Tool October 2011
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\RemovalTools\MRT]
"EULA2"=dword:00000001
"Version"="C0177BCC-8925-431B-AC98-9AC87B8E9699"

source:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/891716/en-us

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That's how I suppress MSRT. It would suck if that didn't work anymore.

Edited by -X-
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Does the updater actually check the file version online versus the local one?

I can't think why would the updater "update" to an older version IF it checks for the actual version online vs local.

bye!

Edited by jvidal
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@Mim0 I was using a regedit entry for suppress Malicious Software Removal Tool to reduce xp source. But now it does not work for October. You know some trick for this?

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I don't know this. I don't integrate MSRT into my CDs and I don't us Window/Mocrosoft Update.Sorry... :(

That's how I suppress MSRT. It would suck if that didn't work anymore.

:D

Does the updater actually check the file version online versus the local one?

I can think why would the updater "update" to an older version IF it checks for the actual version online vs local.

In case iof online-udapte I download an info-file with informatin about the current filechecker on the webspace. Inside of this info-file there is the version. I extract the version (=date) and comüpare it with the local. But I just compare if they are equal or not, because normally the web-version is newer than the local.

But in this case you had a newer local version because I couldn't upload a newer one --> the result was: the versins are different and the online-update-routine thought there was a newer one on the web.

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So, it should not only check if the versions are different, but also if the online version is in fact newer than the local one...

c ya!

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So, it should not only check if the versions are different, but also if the online version is in fact newer than the local one...

Of course. Bus as I written it I thought the local one couln't never be newer.... :)
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That's what needs some tweaking. Assuming the online ver. is ALWAYS newer is a mistake. Proven by this last episode.

bye!

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new file-checker for XP

2011-10-25
- Added: Roots Certificates Update October 2011 (31.0.2195.0)
- Added: KB2598845 (Internet Explorer 8 Compatibility View List)
- Removed: Roots Certificates Update June 2011 (28.0.2195.0)
- Removed: KB2447568 (Internet Explorer 8 Compatibility View List)
- Changed: Filename of KB2564958 (MS11-075: Active Accessibility)
- Changed: Folder of UPHClean from HFGUIRUNONCE to HFSVCPACK_SW1 (Thx to Parseus)

HFSLIPFC v.2011/05/10 with XP-update-list v.2011/10/25

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wow, I was gonna tell you about the new updates, I come here and find you already released a new version. Thanks!

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Mimo, with this new update I have to manually rename KB2564958, why didn't you leave it as it was?

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Mimo, with this new update I have to manually rename KB2564958, why didn't you leave it as it was?

User who are downloading the current KB2564958-update will have the new name. But after I released the script - later in the evening - I thought that I forgot that WindowsXP-KB2564958-X86-XXX.exe could be ignored if Windows-XX-XX-KB2564958.exe is present.

Thx for remembering me... :)

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