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POSReady 2009 updates ported to Windows XP SP3 ENU

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It's better, in this particular case, to run delcert.exe after hexalter, instead of PEChecksum.exe, because delcert will both remove the now invalid certificate and then correct the PE checksum. IMO it's better to have a non-signed file than one having an invalid certificate. Of course, that's just my 2 ¢.


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@Dibya - HxD would probably work as well as HexAlter. It appears that HexAlter simply replaces byte-wise starting at a given Offset each byte until done.

 

Here are some folks who apparently have the (some) code?

https://gist.github....69e5a948977694d

 

And I agree with dencorso on his suggestion. Also my thanks for pointing out yet another tool.


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Thanks heinoganda for the solution.

 

I found another way of doing it without touching palemoon.exe

 

If you run WinXP as a limited user like i do (and using the program SuRun to elevate permisions when needed), or you just run palemoon as a limited user, you just can remove users permissions from the key:

 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\WPA\PosReady

 

and leave only Administrators, SYSTEM and CREATOR OWNER

 

and modify the owner to Administrators.

 

After that you can run palemoon as a limited user without any problem.

 

After these changes I still get posready updates through system tray icon and install them without problems, but installing them through internet explorer ends with an error.



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@liamZ

 

Personally, I use this POSReady entry in the registry not to times I published POSReady updates itself Modify if necessary correct (for example by KB3072630 for Microsoft Installer, where one has removed the query of the existing version of the file update_SP3QFE.inf) having to be installed easily in a normal XP environment. Think forward at this point that there's various nasties on us XP users. I'm curious how it soon with Chrome looks, as here the support for Windows XP stopped this year.

 

:)


Edited by heinoganda, 27 January 2016 - 02:22 PM.

Cert_Updater to download and update the roots certificates as of revoked certificates for Windows XP here

Tutorial for current roots certificates and revoked certificate for Windows XP here

List of .NET Framework updates for Windows XP after April 2014 here

Complete list of .NET Framework 3.5 and 4 updates for Windows XP here


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thanks



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There are an update for root certificates:

 

authroots.sst  from  01/28/2016

 

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.

 

:)


Edited by heinoganda, 31 January 2016 - 05:46 AM.

Cert_Updater to download and update the roots certificates as of revoked certificates for Windows XP here

Tutorial for current roots certificates and revoked certificate for Windows XP here

List of .NET Framework updates for Windows XP after April 2014 here

Complete list of .NET Framework 3.5 and 4 updates for Windows XP here


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Bluebolt - your fix is working on my XP machine! 

 

I created a new system restore point, immediately restored to that point, rebooted, and no more error messages.  Two or three reboots now.

 

The odd temp folders in Documents and Settings are gone.

 

The folders LocalService and NetworkService in Documents and Settings are showing a "Date Modified" time of my first successful reboot just now.  (I recall they were stuck on a January date before.)

 

The only odd thing is that in System Properties - Advanced - User Profiles - Settings, there are still five "Account Unknown"s last modified 6-23-15, each with a size of 20.4MB.  (My own profile is 2.86GB, last modified today.)  Should I try deleting those "Account Unknown"s?  (Where are they on C:\ drive anyway?)

 

Of course, this just might be only cosmetic - what do I know?  Is there a deeper level I should check?

 

Thanks!

 

[PS - for some reason, after May 27, I no longer get email alerts whenever someone posts here.  But my profile on this forum is to get those alerts.  What happened?]

 

 

 

I've been racking my brains trying to figure out why I had a some errors showing up in my event logs.  I ASSumed it was because in my never ending cause to eliminate Services I don't need I disabled something I shouldn't have.  Since my machine is primarily for sending out emails once a month and not much more I've tried to secure it as best I could by eliminating as many extraneous things I could.  So after a lot or researching why I was getting 1502, 1508, 1511, and 1515 all related to Temp Profiles I ended up back here.  The place I should have started as I would have saved a few hours of troubleshooting.  Thank you GLNZ for asking this question.  I never would have thought of posting it here.  And thank you Bluebolt for your answer!  This issue has been around for over a decade and I tried many of the solutions posted with not luck at all.  Your's worked like a charm.  It was simple as pie too!  And now my Task Manager shows just 26 Service running.  The O/S on my old machine seems as speedy as a new machine.

 

Thanks guys for such a fantastic forum!  


Edited by SD73, 30 January 2016 - 04:37 PM.

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Bluebolt - your fix is working on my XP machine! 

 

I created a new system restore point, immediately restored to that point, rebooted, and no more error messages.

 

I've been racking my brains trying to figure out why I had a some errors showing up in my event logs.

 

 

Man, what a crazy coincidence:  I used the System Restore trick just today on another machine that had odd Event Viewer “errors” at every startup, which I was pretty sure weren’t real errors--and it worked!  No more Event Viewer errors every time I boot up the machine.

 

I was even thinking about starting a new thread about “Using System Restore to Remove Event Viewer Errors” except…

 

I still have no idea how / why this works.



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Well i for one am certainly glad you did post here.  I I know myself well enough to know that little trick of yours would have been the very last thing I tried.  Thanks again!


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There are an update for root certificates:

 

authroots.sst  from  01/28/2016

 

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.

 

:)

 

I noticed the comments in the thread on RyanVM are not available anymore. I had some remarks about the latest certificate changes added by Microsoft, while Google chooses to distrust these certificates instead. You can read about it here:

 

http://www.wildersse...-8#post-2558843

 

Maybe something interesting to try if you are security minded is installing Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit. It is similar to EMET, but much easier to use, as you don't have to specify processes yourself. Another option is Hitman Pro Alert.

 

Both programs still support Windows XP.


Edited by Acheron, 31 January 2016 - 12:32 PM.

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@Acheron

Today I had to change the links in my posts to the contribution in RyanVM Forum, because the origional contribution was no longer available. Apparently there were problems.

 

In the event that Malwarebyte Anti-Exploit is used, would be interested to know what experiences have been made so respectively there was eventually problems with some programs.

 

:)


Edited by heinoganda, 31 January 2016 - 02:22 PM.

Cert_Updater to download and update the roots certificates as of revoked certificates for Windows XP here

Tutorial for current roots certificates and revoked certificate for Windows XP here

List of .NET Framework updates for Windows XP after April 2014 here

Complete list of .NET Framework 3.5 and 4 updates for Windows XP here


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Protection for I.E. scripting on MBAE:

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An example of testing with Exploit Test Tool (HPA3):

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With MBAE you can uninstall all of the .NET Framework.

Edited by Sampei.Nihira, 04 February 2016 - 12:12 PM.


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MBAE had some issues with my XP, preventing IE 8 and Firefox from running, but with new update problems seem to be gone.



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First of all thanks for the info will, I install Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit times and taste over a longer period.

 

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Cert_Updater to download and update the roots certificates as of revoked certificates for Windows XP here

Tutorial for current roots certificates and revoked certificate for Windows XP here

List of .NET Framework updates for Windows XP after April 2014 here

Complete list of .NET Framework 3.5 and 4 updates for Windows XP here





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