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Maximus Decim InternetExplorer 6.0sp1 Component Update 3.4

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What's new:

add:

*978207 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update (with uninstall)

*972270 - Unofficial web fonts update

removed:

*976325 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update

*961371 - Unofficial web fonts update

There seems to be a small problem with the unofficial 978207 update. It puts an uninstall option on Add/Remove Programs, but it doesn't work: it references %windir%/inf/Q978207.inf, which doesn't get created.

I don't think it's a big deal since I don't see a reason to uninstall 978207, but wanted to let you know.

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MD InternetExplorer 6.0sp1 Component Update 3.2

*Windows Script Update 5.6

*971961 - Unofficial JScript Security Update

*944338 - Unofficial Windows Script Security Update

*973354 - Unofficial Outloook Express Cumulative Security Update

*980182 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update (with uninstall)

*905495 - Unofficial Security Update (MSIEFTP)

*885258 - Security Update (PROCTEXE)

*816362 - Security Update (MSHTA)

*958869 - Unofficial Security Update (VGX)

*906216 - Unofficial Security Update (DHTML+TRIEDIT)

*920670 - Unofficial Security Update (HLINK)

*918439 - Security Update (ART Image Rendering)

*816093 - JVM 3810 Security Update

*972270 - Unofficial Web fonts update

*824220 - Unofficial Security Update (IMGUTIL)

*886677 - Unofficial Security Update (MLANG)

*896156 - Unofficial Security Update (MSHTMLED)

*893627 - Hotfix for Bug with Group Policies Not Applied in IE6sp1

*978262 - Unofficial ActiveX Kill Bits (AKB) Security Vulnerability Fix

*931125 - Windows Roots Update

*Unofficial DirectX Media (DXM) 6.0 Update

*Windows Update

*Advanced options

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english - http://www.zshare.net/download/746299605d9960e5/

russian - http://www.zshare.net/download/74630517ed84e595/

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*Size: ~14mB

*Control version for Windows 98se and IE6sp1.

For silent installation MDIE6CU it is necessary

to run the "mdie6cu32.exe /Q:A"

For full silent installation IE6sp1 it is necessary

to run the "ie6setup.exe /Q:A /C:"ie6wzd.exe /M:2 /S:""#e"" /Q:A""

or "ie6setup.exe /Q:U /C:"ie6wzd.exe /M:2 /S:""#e"" /Q:U""

What's new:

uninstall Cumulative Security Update fix

add:

*980182 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update with uninstall)

*978262 - Unofficial ActiveX Kill Bits (AKB) Security Vulnerability Fix

removed:

*978207 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update

*973525 - Unofficial ActiveX Kill Bits (AKB) Security Vulnerability Fix

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MD InternetExplorer 6.0sp1 Component Update 3.2

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... Merci ! ...

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MD InternetExplorer 6.0sp1 Component Update 3.3

*Windows Script Update 5.6

*971961 - Unofficial JScript Security Update

*944338 - Unofficial Windows Script Security Update

*978542 - Unofficial Outloook Express Cumulative Security Update

*980182 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update (with uninstall)

*905495 - Unofficial Security Update (MSIEFTP)

*885258 - Security Update (PROCTEXE)

*816362 - Security Update (MSHTA)

*958869 - Unofficial Security Update (VGX)

*906216 - Unofficial Security Update (DHTML+TRIEDIT)

*920670 - Unofficial Security Update (HLINK)

*918439 - Security Update (ART Image Rendering)

*816093 - JVM 3810 Security Update

*972270 - Unofficial Web fonts update

*824220 - Unofficial Security Update (IMGUTIL)

*886677 - Unofficial Security Update (MLANG)

*896156 - Unofficial Security Update (MSHTMLED)

*893627 - Hotfix for Bug with Group Policies Not Applied in IE6sp1

*978262 - Unofficial ActiveX Kill Bits (AKB) Security Vulnerability Fix

*931125 - Windows Roots Update

*Unofficial DirectX Media (DXM) 6.0 Update

*Windows Update

*Advanced options

--------------------------------------------------------------

english - http://www.zshare.net/download/760882383dd865b4/

russian - http://www.zshare.net/download/760884853cf84dc3/

---------------------------------------------------------------

*Size: ~14mB

*Control version for Windows 98se and IE6sp1.

For silent installation MDIE6CU it is necessary

to run the "mdie6cu33.exe /Q:A"

For full silent installation IE6sp1 it is necessary

to run the "ie6setup.exe /Q:A /C:"ie6wzd.exe /M:2 /S:""#e"" /Q:A""

or "ie6setup.exe /Q:U /C:"ie6wzd.exe /M:2 /S:""#e"" /Q:U""

What's new:

uninstall Cumulative Security Update fix

add:

*978542 - Unofficial Outloook Express Cumulative Security Update

removed:

*973354 - Unofficial Outloook Express Cumulative Security Update

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MD InternetExplorer 6.0sp1 Component Update 3.4

*Windows Script Update 5.6

*971961 - Unofficial JScript Security Update

*944338 - Unofficial Windows Script Security Update

*978542 - Unofficial Outloook Express Cumulative Security Update

*982381 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update (with uninstall)

*905495 - Unofficial Security Update (MSIEFTP)

*885258 - Security Update (PROCTEXE)

*816362 - Security Update (MSHTA)

*958869 - Unofficial Security Update (VGX)

*906216 - Unofficial Security Update (DHTML+TRIEDIT)

*920670 - Unofficial Security Update (HLINK)

*918439 - Security Update (ART Image Rendering)

*816093 - JVM 3810 Security Update

*972270 - Unofficial Web fonts update

*824220 - Unofficial Security Update (IMGUTIL)

*886677 - Unofficial Security Update (MLANG)

*896156 - Unofficial Security Update (MSHTMLED)

*893627 - Hotfix for Bug with Group Policies Not Applied in IE6sp1

*980195 - Unofficial ActiveX Kill Bits (AKB) Security Vulnerability Fix

*931125 - Windows Roots Update

*Unofficial DirectX Media (DXM) 6.0 Update

*Windows Update

*Advanced options

--------------------------------------------------------------

english - http://www.zshare.net/download/77177478702dcd8b/

russian - http://www.zshare.net/download/771777423ffb51ea/

---------------------------------------------------------------

*Size: ~14mB

*Control version for Windows 98se and IE6sp1.

For silent installation MDIE6CU it is necessary

to run the "mdie6cu34.exe /Q:A"

For full silent installation IE6sp1 it is necessary

to run the "ie6setup.exe /Q:A /C:"ie6wzd.exe /M:2 /S:""#e"" /Q:A""

or "ie6setup.exe /Q:U /C:"ie6wzd.exe /M:2 /S:""#e"" /Q:U""

What's new:

uninstall Cumulative Security Update fix

add:

*931125 - Last Windows Roots Update

*980195 - Unofficial ActiveX Kill Bits (AKB) Security Vulnerability Fix

*982381 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update

removed:

*978262 - Unofficial ActiveX Kill Bits (AKB) Security Vulnerability Fix

*980182 - Unofficial Internet Explorer Cumulative Security Update

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For all non-english users:

I never had used the MDIE6CU before, because I didn't wanted to loose the GUI in my favorite language. ;)

Now, here's what I did:

installed the MDIE6CU 3.4

and then replace all files 'on the top' with the last update of IE & OE in my own language,

like explained in this thread: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/136563-latest-ms-ie6-security-update-breaks-windows-98.

... and it works! Everything run fine and in the right language.

Big thanks to Maximus Decim! :thumbup

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When I installed MDIE6CU 3.4, the only file I didn't allowed was

VBSCRIPT.DLL, because I had already the version 5.6.0.8838 coming from the Win2000 Q981350 Fix (MS10-022)

(I've got it from the Unofficial SCR569X.EXE).

Is there a special reason why you don't use it in MDIE6CU (stability?)

Edited by CharlesF
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Also linked here + here...

* Unofficial Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 Component Update (MDIE6CU) 3.4 for Windows 98 SE installs all current MS IE 6.0 SP1 updates + security fixes:

HTH

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I have a permanent error with last MSHTML.DLL version 6.00.2800.1649 (French)

at this page: http://www.dico-des-mots.com/definitions/wesh-gros.html and all similar page in that site.

It is crashing my Internet Explorer 6 (with Maxthon). :}

The page is opening fine in Opera.

I have tried to disable javascript but it is still the same.

I have also tried several compatibility mode (or disabling) KernelEx, but it is not helping.

Previous version 6.00.2800.1646 of MSHTML.DLL, is doing the same thing. :(

Could anyone try this page, to tell me what he get there?

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That page gives me the selfsame error (look at the "bytes at CS:EIP"), with IE6SP1, under Win 98SE (98SE2ME). It's not related to KernelEX, or to Maxthon, since I don't use either. On the other hand, with IE8, under Win XP SP3, the page loads OK. :}

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That page gives me the selfsame error

Thx dencorso for that quick reply! :hello:

So, it is IE6SP1 related.

They may have changed their code page recently. :(

EDIT: This link is also crashing (with no warning) IE6 in XP Professional SP3!

Edited by CharlesF
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Confirmed, also.

That web page crashed IE 6.0 SP3 while running WinXP SP3 on my PC. The OS was not affected. The URL works properly in all my other browsers [newest builds of Firefox, Chrome + Opera].

I'm using MSHTML.DLL 6.00.2900.6003 English QFE build installed by KB982381 [MS10-035] security fix.

Probable causes [iMHO]:

1. The webmasters of that site may have server-side scripts to not allow IE 6.0 SPx or older. But crashing browsers is a sign of poor programming, there are simple javascript + css scripts to alert the user to install a newer/better browser, without crashing. ;-(

2. Maybe there's a bug or exploitable flaw in MSHTML.DLL [so far looks like all 6.00.xxxx.xxxx versions/builds are affected]. And if that's true, I hope MS is working hard to fix it [oh, I forgot (not!)... IE6 support has been terminated, they don't care ;-)].

3. Or could be a combination of both #1 + #2 above. [?]

If any1's interested to study this further, these are that web site's local scripts:

CSS:

http://www.dico-des-mots.com/style.css

JS:

http://www.dico-des-mots.com/functions.js

Nothing there that can cause a browser crash [benign scripts]. But maybe their server settings/configs are to blame (?), in which case somebody should contact their webmaster and report this bug. This web server is using Apache + PHP 4.4.9:

http://www.seoconsultants.com/tools/headers/

The only other JS scripts on that page come from Google Ads:

http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js

and this adware hit counter [which I have disabled in my HOSTS file]:

logv29.xiti.com/hit.xiti

HTH

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Confirmed, also.

Thanks MDGx :) .

As reported here, I have a whole list of such sites.

On the other hand, even after disabling javascript (from inside Maxthon), the crash is still present.

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Confirmed, also.

Thanks MDGx :) .

As reported here, I have a whole list of such sites.

On the other hand, even after disabling javascript (from inside Maxthon), the crash is still present.

Then it's either / or:

1. server side scripts [Apache htaccess/config, SSI, PHP, Cron, Zen, etc, or whatever MS server/ASP/IIS scripts they might have] in need of upgrading/changing/better programming = contact the webmaster for the site(s) you're interested to visit in the future.

2. a flaw in all 6.x.xxxx builds of MSHTML.DLL = unfortunately there is no solution, MS discontinued support for all IE 6.0 builds. :-(

HTH

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