Microsoft Security Update KB828028

  lucky1 21:14 10 Feb 2004
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The above has just 'thundered' through on automatic update.

  wags 21:16 10 Feb 2004

Me too (and now installed) !!!

  frazky 23:00 10 Feb 2004

Problems with Latest IE 6.0 Patch
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  Gaz 25 00:02 11 Feb 2004

I am wondering if thats what causing a problem with the antivirus on all my syetems, suddenly, they fail to work and content blocking blocks ALL websites. I have had to use a temporary methord to get back my protection, even reinstalling the antivirus does not work.

  hugh-265156 00:34 11 Feb 2004

strange?? i have no listing of 832894 in add remove progs.windows update,only thing it says i need is 828028 using xp home.

  hugh-265156 00:36 11 Feb 2004

oops!

cant see for lookin.i do have it :-)

sorry for butting in.

  Gaz 25 01:04 11 Feb 2004

I would wait a while before downloading it, untill the secrets are out.

Is it safe? I sure hope so, but how can you be sure. Wait a little and then download.

  ventanas 08:32 11 Feb 2004

Which one has a problem. 828028 or 832894. I already have the latter, and seem to have no problems. AV just picked up another 53 Mydooms.

  Stuartli 08:44 11 Feb 2004

I installed 832894 (on XP Pro) the day after it was issued and have noticed no ill effects to date.

  lucky1 19:53 12 Feb 2004

But which one, 828028 or 832894, fixes the major 'critical' problem being highlighted on the telly and in the press the last couple of days? Anyone know?

Regards

  christmascracker 20:06 12 Feb 2004

828028

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