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Forum Thread: MSXML Core Services. v4.20.9876.0

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xjklt MSXML Core Services. v4.20.9876.0
Member 5th Sep, 2012 20:48
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Hi there,

PSI is identifying MSXML Core Services v4.0.9876.0 as being insecure. I have no issue with this fact but am confused as to to how I can resolve it.

I am running Windows Vista Home Premium SP2 and Windows Update says there are no updates available for my computer, and yet PSI suggests MSXML v4.30.2100.0

I also noticed that SP2 for Vista is now unsupported and wondered if this was why I could not get an update via Microsoft Update. Since new my PC has been updated with all Microsoft Updates.

If this is correct, how do I identify the correct update for my PC and get my security back to 100%? I am a relative novice so any detailed help would be of great use.

Thanks

mogs RE: MSXML Core Services. v4.20.9876.0
Expert Contributor 5th Sep, 2012 21:41
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@xjkit

The following thread might be worth reading thro' :-
https://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/13...

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xjklt RE: MSXML Core Services. v4.20.9876.0
Member 6th Sep, 2012 13:37
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Well that certainly did the trick. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction to Murice's post. Thank goodness for Secunia PSI, the forums and people like yourself who take the time to help others.

Many thanks
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