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tjfs Office 2000 - PSI tells you to run Microsoft Update
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Reasonable to list this as End of Life but not to direct users to Microsoft Update. Could this be removed please? MU does nothing for Office 2000 users, never has.

thedillpickl RE: Office 2000 - PSI tells you to run Microsoft Update
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Hi tjfs;

It may be helpful to send Secunia an e-mail. Click on "Contact" at the bottom of this page. Then, under E-mail Addresses:, click on "support@secunia.com".


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M.Hansen RE: Office 2000 - PSI tells you to run Microsoft Update
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Hi

I've removed the links for Microsoft Office 2000 products as requested.
tjfs RE: Office 2000 - PSI tells you to run Microsoft Update
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Thank you! That's what I wanted.

Will earlier versions of Office 2000 binaries appear as insecure or will every version be labelled end of life?

It would be helpful if older binaries were labelled with a link to where Microsoft have the latest Office 2000 binaries available for download.
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tjfs RE: Office 2000 - PSI tells you to run Microsoft Update
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Also, I think the threat links are wrong. For example, the latest PowerPoint binary 9.0.0.8978 brings up a link to this threat: http://secunia.com/advisories/34572/ which is in fact fixed in 9.0.0.8978
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