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tangkaufw Security threat
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Get threat in secunia but no updates found at microsoft update

Dedek RE: Security threat
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I have the same problem. SECUNIA what's happen??

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Dedek RE: Security threat
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F.ex. this :\Programme\Microsoft Office\Office12\GROOVE.EXE but I have ALL MS Updates. What is wrong. Ivan

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Secunia Official 21st Oct, 2009 11:28
Hi

This should be the patch for Microsoft Office Groove 2007:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?fa...

Try to install it manually and see if it solves the problem.


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fdunn5 RE: Security threat
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I just tried the groove patch but it didn't work. When I tried to install the patch it came back and said it was already installed. Are you sure that the PSI is checking the correct files for the correct versions?

I've seen this before in Acrobat reader where the PSI was checking the version of the Acrord32.exe file instead of the acrord32.dll which was the changed file. Acrord32.exe is just a loader, all the functions are in the .dll.

Same thing is probably going on here.

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puget1 RE: Security threat
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suggestion only: possible work around--your decision. Uninstall the update you have. Reboot to clear out old files and then re-install the update from Secunia's link. Maybe,Luck

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Dedek RE: Security threat
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OK I will.. but there are another Programms- and I repeat: I have all Updates from MS:
C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.0\Windows Communication Foundation\SMSvcHost.exe
C:\Programme\Windows Media Player\mplayer2.exe (MS says "you have the latest Version)
Diese Installation von Microsoft Windows XP Professional ist unsicher und setzt Ihr System potenziellen Bedrohungen aus! I have SP3

So what's wrong????
Ivan


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puget1 RE: Security threat
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What browser are you using? If it is Firefox Net Framework 3.5 was declared unstable with security vulnerabilities by Firefox. The add-on was disabled. Outside of that the next thing go to Microsoft direct. You can also check your event viewer and see what it has to say. Maybe reading up on this threat may help. A lot of people are having problems with XP and updating from 10.20.2009 with large download of security updates. Maybe?

http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/289...

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Dedek RE: Security threat
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Maybe, I started a new scan - manual!!!!! No more problem. Strange, isn'it, but it did work. Ivan

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