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CVE-2012-1889: Security Update Analysis

Thursday, July 19, 2012 By Read Time: 4 min.

Since the 30th of May 2012 hackers were abusing the Microsoft XML core services vulnerability. The 10th of July 2012 Microsoft finally published a security advisory which fixes this issue. The present document and video explains the details about this fix. As a lab test we used a Windows XP workstation with Service Pack 3. The Internet explorer version is 6.0.


Authors: Brian Mariani, Senior Security Auditor, High-Tech Bridge
Frederic Bourla, Chief Security Specialist, High-Tech Bridge

Since the 30th of May 2012 hackers were abusing the Microsoft XML core services vulnerability. The 10th of July 2012 Microsoft finally published a security advisory which fixes this issue. The present document and video explains the details about this fix. As a lab test we used a Windows XP workstation with Service Pack 3. The Internet explorer version is 6.0.



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