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Forum Thread: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.x

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wi.kr Microsoft .NET Framework 3.x
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Hi to all helpers (and sorry for my bad english),
my PSI v1.5.0.2 says me since two days, that my Microsoft .NET Framework 3.x is not secure, but Microsoft has no update. I tried it to find 6-7 times without any success. My PC has Windos XP Home SP 3.
Is there any help for me?
Thanks und many greetings
wi.kr

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mogs RE: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.x
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If you scroll down to Maurice Joyce's post on the thread with the following link, you'll find some explanation/background to .NET problems :-
http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/424...
Since then there have been further updates; for XP, here are the current arrangements, when fully patched.


XP SP3

2.0.50727.3618
3.0.4506.2152
4.0.30319.1

When updating Microsoft Applications, it is a good idea to keep in mind that some Microsoft Updates do not "kick in" until after a reboot. Therefore, it is recommended to try following this proceduce when installing Microsoft Updates:

1) Check Microsoft Update, install all security-related patches
2) Reboot
3) Repeat step 1, repeat step 2 if anything was installed at this step
4) Run a full rescan with the PSI

If you still find insecurities....if not already doing so; switch to the Advanced interface...top/right of the psi panel. Click on the + sign alongside the entry....it will expand to reveal the file path. Click again on Tech Details and it will confirm it.
If uncertain how to proceed, post the information back to the forum.
Hope this helps.....regards,

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wi.kr RE: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.x
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Last edited on 7th Oct, 2010 17:59
Thanks at first! How I can find, if I have all patches of SP 3? I cannot find the numbers you wrote. Sorry!
Regards
wi.kr
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mogs RE: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.x
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I'm trying to remember the format of psi 1.5.0.2 !!! I'm using the psi 2.0 Beta.
If you have an unpatched threat, it will show in the Insecure tab.
If you have all patches applied; all progs will show in the Patched tab.
If you're not already doing so; switch to the Advanced interface....
see top/right of the psi Interface....Simple/Advanced.
If you click on the + sign alongside an entry it will expand, if you need to find a file path.
Clicking again on Tech Details will confirm it.
When you look across the page in the different tabs; you'll see the numbers referred to,
under Version of prog/app.
So, if you scroll down to Microsoft .NET Framework 2x....3x...4x...look across for the
corresponding version no's.

Hope this helps..............

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gpblade RE: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.x
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Last edited on 7th Oct, 2010 19:28
Hi,

.NET Framework 1.x 1.1.4322.2470
.NET Framework 2.x 2.0.50727.3618
.NET Framework 3.x 3.0.4506.2152
.NET Framework 4.x 4.0.30319.1

by XP-Pro says PSI: actuel

by XP-Home says PSI: not secure

Why?
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