Last Updated: 2006-08-18 20:20:00 UTC
by David Goldsmith (Version: 2)
You can go here for the matrix showing the updated status summary on all of the Microsoft August updates.
Last Updated: 2006-09-11 23:05:04 UTC
by Swa Frantzen (Version: 13)
|#||Known Problems with this patch
||client rating||server rating|
||Botnets actively exploiting this in the WILD
Exploit available in easy to use package
|MS06-041||No reported problems
Original MS06-42: fixes a.o. a FTP vulnerability that;s well-known since 2004
First revision of the MS06-042 patch's buffer overglow has details public.
|MS06-043||No reported problems||Important||Less urgent|
|MS06-044||No reported problems||Critical||Critical|
|MS06-045||No confirmed problems||Critical||Less urgent|
|MS06-046||No reported problems||Critical||Important|
|MS06-047||No reported problems||Trojan dropper reported in word document by Symantec, Trendmicro(1) and Trendmicro(2). The dropper loads a backdoor: Trendmicro, Symantec.
See also diary.
|MS06-048||No reported problems||Trojan dropper in Powerpoint||Critical||Less urgent|
|MS06-049||Unconfirmed reports about corruption of files on compressed volumes.
[Windows 2000 only patch]
|MS06-050||No reported problems||Critical||Important|
|MS06-051||Although unconfirmed by Microsoft so far, there seem to be problems related to Terminal Services and multiple users loading certain DLLs as part of some applications. Details and fixes or workarounds are too sketchy so far.
See also the problem with .ini files and citrix at the citrix support forum.
We're still lookign for a more detailed discription of the problems.
We appreciate updates
US based customers can call Microsoft for free patch related support on 1-866-PCSAFETY
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