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Forum Thread: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Secunia Official 18th Jan, 2014 21:16
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Vulnerability report: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

arbortender RE: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
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Last edited on 18th Jan, 2014 21:16
I have a PSI alert this morning for MS14-002: Vulnerability in Windows kernel could allow elevation of privilege: January 14, 2014. Secunia detail is: Microsoft Windows LRPC Client Buffer Overflow Vulnerability. Windows update doesn't find it. Leave it dangle in Secunia, or some other approach?
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Maurice Joyce RE: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
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Since installing the patch have you rebooted & completed a full PSI rescan?

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arbortender RE: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
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I don't think I've installed the patch, per my post?...but will reboot all now & scan again. Perhaps it's installed indeed.
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Maurice Joyce RE: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
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A patch was made available last Tuesday - the details are here:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2914368



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arbortender RE: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
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A manual re-scan did solve that. Apparently windows update did its thing last week when the update came out. I rebooted the system & re-ran PSI scan & that update disappeared. It's not clear to me why PSI did not automatically recognize that...doesn't it usually?
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Maurice Joyce RE: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
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No it does not - this refers

http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...

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johnh RE: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
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Now that XP is no longer supported by MS, I have a PC that can not be upgraded. Is there a way for Secunia to ignore the XP End Of Life so that there is no false positive for the scan results?
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