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UNIRAS Brief - 452/05 - REVISED - Microsoft - June Security Bulletins


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   UNIRAS (UK Govt CERT) Briefing Notice - 452/05 dated 15.06.05  Time: 10:25
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REVISED - Microsoft - June Security Bulletins


PLEASE NOTE: The Briefing sent as 490/2005 should have been sent as 452/05.
             This version corrects this mistake and also adds additional information
             regarding Security Bulletin re-releases.

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Microsoft has released a number of security advisories. Full details are 
available from: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/ms05-jun.mspx

Bulletin	Severity		Impact

MS05-025	Critical		Remote Code Execution (replaces MS05-020) End-user machines only
MS05-026	Critical		Remote Code Execution (replaces MS03-044, MS04-023, MS05-001)
MS05-027	Critical		Remote Code Execution (replaces MS02-070, MS03-024)
MS05-028	Important		Remote Code Execution
MS05-029	Important		Remote Code Execution
MS05-030	Important		Remote Code Execution
MS05-031	Important		Remote Code Execution
MS05-032	Moderate		Spoofing
MS05-033	Moderate		Information Disclosure
MS05-034	Moderate		Elevation of Privilege

*Critical Vulnerabilities*

Microsoft Security Bulletin MS05-025 - Cumulative Security Update for 
Internet Explorer (883939) - Critical

MS05-026 (KB896358) - Vulnerability in HTML Help Could Allow Remote 
Code Execution 

MS05-027 (KB896422) - Vulnerability in Server Message Block Could 
Allow Remote Code Execution. 

*Important Vulnerabilities*

MS05-028 (KB896426) - Vulnerability in Web Client Service. 

MS05-029 (KB895179)- Vulnerability in Outlook Web Access for Exchange 
Server 5.5 Could Allow Cross-Site Scripting Attacks

MS05-030 (KB897715)- Cumulative Security Update in Outlook Express

MS05-031 (KB898458) - Vulnerability in Step-by-Step Interactive Training 
Could Allow Remote Code Execution.

*Moderate Vulnerabilities*

MS05-032 (KB890046)- Vulnerability in Microsoft Agent Could Allow Spoofing. 

MS05-033 (KB896428) - Vulnerability in Telnet Client Could Allow Information 

MS05-034 (KB899753) - Cumulative Security Update for ISA Server 2000. 

Other useful URLs:

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Microsoft have revised the following advisories, for the reasons quoted below:

MS02-035 - SQL Server Installation Process May Leave Passwords on System

   "Reason for revision: Updated technical information in the FAQ
    with additional details around cluster installation and to
    advise of an updated KillPwd utility."

MS05-004 - ASP.NET Path Validation Vulnerability 

   "Reason for revision: Bulletin updated to announce the
    availability of an updated package for .NET Framework 1.0 
    Service Pack 3 for the following operating system versions: 
    (887998) Windows XP Tablet PC Edition and Windows XP Media 
    Center Edition."

MS05-019 - Vulnerabilities in TCP/IP Could Allow Remote Code Execution 
           and Denial of Service
   "Reason for revision: Microsoft updated this bulletin today to 
    advise customers that a revised version of the security update 
    is available. We recommend installing this revised security 
    update even if you have installed the previous version. The 
    revised security update will be available through Windows Update,
    Software Update Services (SUS), and will be recommended by the 
    Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA)."

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UNIRAS wishes to acknowledge the contributions of Microsoft Corporation for the 
information contained in this Briefing. 
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