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Thread: Microsoft Security Update

  1. #11
    tsec Guest

    Default Re: Microsoft Security Update

    Theres nothing wrong with the HIGH setting - the problem stems from an issue between a recent Microsoft security patch and ZA.

    ZA is currently advising that the patch be uninstalled until a fix is sorted.

    To uninstall the patch (it is KB951748 ) ...

    Go to Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel.
    Make sure there is a tick in the box to show the Updates (at the top of the window).
    Locate KB951748 and remove it.
    Reboot.
    ZA Internet Zone security can be set to High again.

  2. #12
    maxtrax Guest

    Default Re: uninstall upodate???

    WIN XP START --> SYSTEM -> SOFTWARE -> (check if on top "show updates" is enabled) scroll to XP Software Updates and uninstall KB951748...

  3. #13
    opforce Guest

    Default Re: Microsoft Security Update

    What's the harm in just keeping the setting to medium, especially if you are behind a hardware firewall?
    Unless there is something very bad about leaving it in medium setting, I feel like just waiting for the update from ZA.

    any comment on this?

  4. #14
    marcfxxx Guest

    Default Re: Microsoft Security Update

    I tried uninstalling the update and still have the same problem.

  5. #15
    tomocapi Guest

    Default Re: Microsoft Security Update

    That
    s exactly what I
    m doing. I left the MS update alone...just waiting for the patch. Be it from MS or ZA.

  6. #16
    marieyoung Guest

    Default Re: Microsoft Security Update

    Apparently there is a real phishing problem that the microsoft update fixed that would otherwsie allow hackers to redirect browsing to a look alike site so I'd be careful before uninstalling the patch.
    http://www.breitbart.com/article.php...show_article=1
    That is the link about why this fix was sent out so universally.



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