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HP Software Update HPeDiag ActiveX Control Insecure Methods and Buffer Overflow

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Release Date:  2008-04-25    Views:  32,999

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Some vulnerabilities have been reported in HP Software Update, which can be exploited by malicious people to disclose certain information or compromise a vulnerable system


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Contributor 22nd May, 2010 23:07
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Hi All
@ Laura316k

I have an HP DV6 Win 7-64 bits and my HPUpdate is V5.001.000.014
Click the HP Solution Centre on your desktop or search for-it in Start --> All programs-->HP folder.
From the list of Maintain click on health analysis and wait for the program to suggest the updates needed for your computer.

To be more sure visit the HP site @
http://www.hp.com

Best regards


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HP pavilion DV6
Win 7 64bit - SP1
IE10 + MSSE4.3.215
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