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Exterminator: Internet Explorer has a few bugs

This week, the Exterminator has located a few bugs in MSIE that you might be interested in, along with virus information from Trend Micro.


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Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-032)
Regarding: Windows 2000
Posted: June 1, 2000
Patch URL: Temporarily removed at time of publication
Information URL:Click here for more information

Microsoft recently released a patch and a tool for Windows 2000. According to Microsoft, the patch and tool eliminate a security vulnerability that "could make it easier for a malicious user who had complete control over a Windows 2000 machine to compromise users' sensitive information." For more information on this patch, click the Information URL above.

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-037)
Regarding: Internet Explorer
Posted: June 2, 2000
Patch URL:Click here for the patch
Patch URL:Click here for the Win2K patch
Information URL:Click here for more information

Microsoft has released a patch for its Internet Explorer versions 4.x through 5.x. According to Microsoft, the patch eliminates a security vulnerability in the HTML Help facility that ships with Microsoft Internet Explorer. "Under certain conditions," Microsoft said, "the vulnerability could allow a malicious Web site to take inappropriate action on the computer of a visiting user." For more information on this patch, click the Information URL above.

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-039)
Regarding: Internet Explorer
Posted: June 5, 2000
Patch URL:Click here for the patch
Information URL:Click here for more information

Microsoft recently released a patch for its Internet Explorer versions 4.x through 5.x. According to Microsoft, "the patch eliminates two security vulnerabilities in Microsoft Internet Explorer. The vulnerabilities involve how IE handles digital certificates; under a very daunting set of circumstances, they could allow a malicious Web site operator to pose as a trusted Web site." For more information on this patch, click the Information URL above.

Trend Micro virus information
Virus/Worm: VBS_JVIRUS
Posted: June 7, 2000
Information URL:Click here for more information on this virus.

Virus/Worm: TROJ_MYPICVIEWER
Posted: June 6, 2000
Information URL:Click here for more information on this virus.

Virus/Worm: VBS_TIMOFONICA
Posted: June 6, 2000
Information URL:Click here for more information on this virus.

Virus/Worm: ELF_MSTREAM.MST
Posted: June 6, 2000
Information URL:Click here for more information on this virus.

Exterminator kills bugs dead
Have you found a new bug or discovered a nifty little software patch? We're interested in what you know. Post your findings below or feel free to send us a note.

 

Stamp out your bug problem
The Exterminator brings you insight on bug fixes, virus recovery, service release announcements, and security notices for Windows, Sun, Linux, and other systems.

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-032)
Regarding: Windows 2000
Posted: June 1, 2000
Patch URL: Temporarily removed at time of publication
Information URL:Click here for more information

Microsoft recently released a patch and a tool for Windows 2000. According to Microsoft, the patch and tool eliminate a security vulnerability that "could make it easier for a malicious user who had complete control over a Windows 2000 machine to compromise users' sensitive information." For more information on this patch, click the Information URL above.

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-037)
Regarding: Internet Explorer
Posted: June 2, 2000
Patch URL:Click here for the patch
Patch URL:Click here for the Win2K patch
Information URL:Click here for more information

Microsoft has released a patch for its Internet Explorer versions 4.x through 5.x. According to Microsoft, the patch eliminates a security vulnerability in the HTML Help facility that ships with Microsoft Internet Explorer. "Under certain conditions," Microsoft said, "the vulnerability could allow a malicious Web site to take inappropriate action on the computer of a visiting user." For more information on this patch, click the Information URL above.

Microsoft Security Bulletin (MS00-039)
Regarding: Internet Explorer
Posted: June 5, 2000
Patch URL:Click here for the patch
Information URL:Click here for more information

Microsoft recently released a patch for its Internet Explorer versions 4.x through 5.x. According to Microsoft, "the patch eliminates two security vulnerabilities in Microsoft Internet Explorer. The vulnerabilities involve how IE handles digital certificates; under a very daunting set of circumstances, they could allow a malicious Web site operator to pose as a trusted Web site." For more information on this patch, click the Information URL above.

Trend Micro virus information
Virus/Worm: VBS_JVIRUS
Posted: June 7, 2000
Information URL:Click here for more information on this virus.

Virus/Worm: TROJ_MYPICVIEWER
Posted: June 6, 2000
Information URL:Click here for more information on this virus.

Virus/Worm: VBS_TIMOFONICA
Posted: June 6, 2000
Information URL:Click here for more information on this virus.

Virus/Worm: ELF_MSTREAM.MST
Posted: June 6, 2000
Information URL:Click here for more information on this virus.

Exterminator kills bugs dead
Have you found a new bug or discovered a nifty little software patch? We're interested in what you know. Post your findings below or feel free to send us a note.

 

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