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Month Archives: April 2006

MS06-015 targeted re-release now available. And so is IE7 Beta 2

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Hi everyone, Stephen Toulouse here again. The targeted re-release of MS06-015 is ready. If you are configured for Automatic Update, no need to take any actions. It will detect if you have the problem and deliver the update to you. If you have not yet installed MS06-015, the revised version will be offered to you.

NVIDIA driver versions affected by the MS06-015 issue

Friday, April 21, 2006

Hi everyone, Stephen Toulouse here. I’ve gotten some customer questions regarding the NVIDIA drivers affected by the issue so I wanted to provide some more detail on that. In working with NVIDIA we have narrowed the issue to a subset of their Release 60 drivers, which means version-wise all driver versions 60.

More information on the MS06-015 issue

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Hi everyone, Stephen Toulouse here. We’ve been continually examining the best way to assist the customers who may have been impacted by the interaction of MS06-015 with the software Mike mentioned before. We wanted to check in and let you know the current plan. Up until now there have been several solutions: Upgrade to the newest version of the affected software, a manual registry key fix, uninstall the third party software (NVIDIA Drivers versions 61.

Update to the MS06-015 issue.

Monday, April 17, 2006

Hi everyone, Mike Reavey here again. I wanted to follow up with the results of our investigation into some issues with security update MS06-015. Turns out that under certain circumstances, changes introduced in MS06-015 could cause an application to stop responding during specific interactions with older versions of Hewlett Packard’s “Share-to-web” software utility, or older NVIDIA video card drivers.

Information regarding MS06-015

Friday, April 14, 2006

Hi everyone, Mike Reavey here. I wanted to quickly let you know about some things related to MS06-015 that we’ve gotten some customer questions on. First, we’re currently tracking an issue involving the interaction of the security update with some components related to some Hewlett Packard devices that so far appear to be consumer level.

April 2006 Bulletins and TechNet Radio

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Hey, it’s Craig Gehre. Well today the MSRC released five new security updates. Four of the updates affect Windows, while the fifth affects Windows and Office. For those of you that are wondering, the first Windows update addresses the “createTextRange” issue you may have been following via our security advisory 917077.

April 2006 Advance Notification

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Hi everyone, Stephen Toulouse here. As we do each month I wanted to post about the Advance Notification for the Security Bulletin release for April. This coming Tuesday, the 11th, we’re planning to release five security bulletins, 4 for Windows and 1 that affects both Windows and Office. One of the Windows bulletins will be the cumulative Internet Explorer update that will address the “CreateTextRange” vulnerability.