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Granite King microsoft XML core services (MSXML)6.x
Member 7th Apr, 2009 15:15
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secunia tells me that microsoft core services(MSXML)6.x (threat4)
is insecure.i have tried windows update with no luck but when i use secunia it says that its been updated but then it says that it is still insecure.the installation path-d:\windows\system32\msxml6.dll
i have looked in programs and features but i cannot find it,iam new to comps,can anyone help?thank you

wr RE: microsoft XML core services (MSXML)6.x
Contributor 7th Apr, 2009 16:00
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If your d: drive is an installation or backup drive you can use the Advance mode to safely create a ignore rule.

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wr

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