Microsoft patching its patches

While we're on the topic of zombies, security and patches.....

George.
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"Exchange security patch needs patching"
The patch needs a patch. The security update Microsoft rolled out
last week to caulk a hole in Exchange 2000 server actually needs a
patch itself. MS is also broadening its original Exchange 2000
security bulletin to include Exchange 5.5 Server deployments for the
first time. Microsoft says if you've deployed Outlook Web Access, you
need to patch ASAP.

SOURCE: ENT Magazine
http://www.entmag.com/breaknews.asp?ID=4600
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6/13/2001 10:35:00 AM
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Please becarefull with this patch,because I saw some screw_up your E-mail!!!
I will give you more info about this,till later<<<SMILE>>>

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"George Zeinos" <zeinos@email.com> wrote in message
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: While we're on the topic of zombies, security and patches.....
:
: George.
: ------------------------------------------------------------------------
:
: "Exchange security patch needs patching"
: The patch needs a patch. The security update Microsoft rolled out
: last week to caulk a hole in Exchange 2000 server actually needs a
: patch itself. MS is also broadening its original Exchange 2000
: security bulletin to include Exchange 5.5 Server deployments for the
: first time. Microsoft says if you've deployed Outlook Web Access, you
: need to patch ASAP.
:
: SOURCE: ENT Magazine
: http://www.entmag.com/breaknews.asp?ID=4600
:
:
:
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Johannes
6/13/2001 11:31:00 AM
http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news/0,4586,5092585,00.html

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"Johannes Niebach" <niebach@sprint.ca> wrote in message
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: Please becarefull with this patch,because I saw some screw_up your
E-mail!!!
: I will give you more info about this,till later<<<SMILE>>>
:
: --
: Regard: Joh@nnes�
: 1216771 Ont.Inc.
: "George Zeinos" <zeinos@email.com> wrote in message
: news:9g7fji$1844$1@news.grc.com...
: : While we're on the topic of zombies, security and patches.....
: :
: : George.
: : ------------------------------------------------------------------------
: :
: : "Exchange security patch needs patching"
: : The patch needs a patch. The security update Microsoft rolled out
: : last week to caulk a hole in Exchange 2000 server actually needs a
: : patch itself. MS is also broadening its original Exchange 2000
: : security bulletin to include Exchange 5.5 Server deployments for the
: : first time. Microsoft says if you've deployed Outlook Web Access, you
: : need to patch ASAP.
: :
: : SOURCE: ENT Magazine
: : http://www.entmag.com/breaknews.asp?ID=4600
: :
: :
: :
:
:
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Johannes
6/13/2001 11:37:00 AM
Johannes Niebach wrote:
> 
> http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news/0,4586,5092585,00.html
> 

Should we send MS a 'pooper scooper' to get rid of all the dog sh**
they're stepping in lately?

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mc
6/13/2001 4:55:00 PM
Yeah...mc,I want to see how M$ will patch all the security HOLE in
XP???...maybe every day one patch<<<GRIN>>>???SAD!!!

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"mc" <mc@backWATERwoods.org> wrote in message
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: Johannes Niebach wrote:
: >
: > http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news/0,4586,5092585,00.html
: >
:
: Should we send MS a 'pooper scooper' to get rid of all the dog sh**
: they're stepping in lately?
:
: --
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Johannes
6/13/2001 6:32:00 PM
Johannes, I notice from the website logs (Hosted by Red Hat with Apache
Server) that someone has been trying to find the IIS remote Admin scripts,
which of course were not found. I am tempted to try and trace the individual
from the IP left behind and point out that the website runs on "Apache
Server" and not on "A Patchy server"....

Oh well....


"Johannes Niebach" <niebach@sprint.ca> wrote in message
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> Yeah...mc,I want to see how M$ will patch all the security HOLE in
> XP???...maybe every day one patch<<<GRIN>>>???SAD!!!
>
> --
> Regard: Joh@nnes�
> 1216771 Ont.Inc.
> "mc" <mc@backWATERwoods.org> wrote in message
> news:3B279AEE.58FC4B43@centurytel.net...
> : Johannes Niebach wrote:
> : >
> : > http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news/0,4586,5092585,00.html
> : >
> :
> : Should we send MS a 'pooper scooper' to get rid of all the dog sh**
> : they're stepping in lately?
> :
> : --
> : _____________________________________________________________________
> :  _ __  __                        Remember the Legend - Dale Earnhardt
> : | '  \/ _|
> : |_|_|_\__|                                      http://pchelpers.org/
> :
> : --+ The only constant in the universe is change +--
> : --+       Always stop and smell the roses       +--
> :
> : <<==-- Drain the WATER from my email to reply --==>>
>
>
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Charlie
6/23/2001 10:51:00 PM
Greetings,

"Charlie Tame" <charlie@tames.net> wrote in message
news:9h36dq$2r4a$1@news.grc.com...
> Johannes, I notice from the website logs (Hosted by Red Hat with
Apache
> Server) that someone has been trying to find the IIS remote Admin
scripts,
> which of course were not found. I am tempted to try and trace the
individual
> from the IP left behind and point out that the website runs on "Apache
> Server" and not on "A Patchy server"....

But that is what I thought "Apache Server" was derived from.

As it had a long history of being "fixed" before it was considered
"right" it was named "Apache Server" after "A patchy server".

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