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Microsoft .NET Framework / Silverlight Class Inheritance Restriction Vulnerability

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Release Date:  2011-10-11    Views:  9,054

Secunia Advisory SA46406

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Subject: Microsoft .NET Framework / Silverlight Class Inheritance Restriction Vulnerability

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Spud57 RE: Microsoft .NET Framework / Silverlight Class Inheritance Restriction Vulnerability
Member 6th Dec, 2011 20:15
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PSI 2.0 has just begun (12-6-2011) reporting KB2539636 as not installed on my system (Win XP SP3) and as an issue for .NET Framework 2.x and for .NET Framework 3.x. However, it is installed as an update to .NET Framework 4.0 and is shown as such iis the Add or Remove Programs list. Is this a screening issue for PSI 2.0?

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Spud57 RE: Microsoft .NET Framework / Silverlight Class Inheritance Restriction Vulnerability
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Comment withdrawn with regrets to all. A second system screen resolved this.

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DavidOn RE: Microsoft .NET Framework / Silverlight Class Inheritance Restriction Vulnerability
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I ran PSI 2.0 for the first time in a few weeks and was told that "Microsoft Silverlight 4.0" was end-of-life. I had just run Windows Update, but I ran it again and it found nothing. I re-ran the scan and it still gives me the issue.

I'm running XPSP3 in (XP Mode). The installed version of Silverlight is 4.0.60831.0, which is the latest according to http://www.microsoft.com/getsilverlight/Get-Starte...

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Brian.
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Maurice Joyce RE: Microsoft .NET Framework / Silverlight Class Inheritance Restriction Vulnerability
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Brian,
Update using this link:
http://www.microsoft.com/silverlight/

Run a full PSI scan & U will see it has been registered & updated.

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DavidOn RE: Microsoft .NET Framework / Silverlight Class Inheritance Restriction Vulnerability
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Thanks, Maurice. I just came across http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/12/10/microsoft_... - it looks as if Secunia is more up to date than Microsoft!

(Apologies to all for the duplicate post.)

Regards,
Brian.
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Maurice Joyce RE: Microsoft .NET Framework / Silverlight Class Inheritance Restriction Vulnerability
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Brian,
U keep recreating new duplicate posts - have U got a problem using the Forum?

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DavidOn RE: Microsoft .NET Framework / Silverlight Class Inheritance Restriction Vulnerability
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Maurice,

I didn't think so - until I refreshed the page (http://secunia.com/advisories/46406/) a couple of minutes ago and this apparently duplicated my earlier post.

Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?

Thanks,
Brian.
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Maurice Joyce RE: Microsoft .NET Framework / Silverlight Class Inheritance Restriction Vulnerability
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Nothing if U are not pressing REPLY. Very odd - I will delete your duplicates again & see what happens.

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DavidOn RE: Microsoft .NET Framework / Silverlight Class Inheritance Restriction Vulnerability
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Thanks, Maurice. Sorry to be a damn nuisance. I'll stay out of here after this post.

(BTW, this time, I copied the URL, closed the page, opened a new one and pasted in the URL.)
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