Virus Warnings from April 2006


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   Amiga
 
   No warnings for April 2006
 
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   Windows
 
    16 April 2006 - Microsoft Security Summary for April 2006
   Five securtiy updates are available in this bulletin
   * MS06-017
   Vulnerability in Microsoft FrontPage Server Extensions Could Allow
   Cross-Site Scripting (917627)
   * MS06-016
   Cumulative Security Update for Outlook Express (911567)
   * MS06-015
   Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (912812)
   * MS06-014
   Vulnerability in the Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) Function
   Could Allow Code Execution (911562)
   * MS06-013
   Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (912812)

    16 April 2006 - Microsoft releases April update
   Viruslist.com news from Kaspersky Labs says Microsoft released patches
   last Tuesday for ten Internet Explorer vulnerabilities, most of which
   are deemed critical.

    16 April 2006 - Microsoft Security Advisories for April 2006
   Two securtiy updates (revised) are available in this bulletin
   * Security Advisory (917077)
   Vulnerability in the way HTML Objects Handle unexpected method calls
   could allow remote code execution
   * Security Advisory (912945)
   Non-Security Update for Internet Explorer

    05 April 2006 - Microsoft Security Bulletin: MS05-013
   Bulletin revised due to new issues discovered with the security update
   "Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 896180: Web pages that use the DHTML
   editing Active X control may not work as expected after you install
   security update 891781 (MS05-013)." Bulletin Severity Rating: Critical

    03 April 2006 - Microsoft Security Advisories for March 2006
   Two securtiy updates (revised) are available in this bulletin
   * Security Advisory (917077)
   Vulnerability in the way HTML Objects Handle unexpected method calls
   could allow remote code execution
   * Security Advisory (912945)
   Non-Security Update for Internet Explorer

    01 April 2006 - IE vulnerabilities are being exploited
   Viruslist.com news from Kaspersky Labs on March 28, says according to
   Microsoft, the three recently disclosed Internet Explorer vulnerabilities
   are now being exploited. Initially Microsoft said it was not aware of any
   attacks that used them.  A patch was also promised as part of the
   scheduled monthly patch cycle. Microsoft also warned users to be careful
   when browsing and advised them to disable Active Scripting as a temporary
   solution.

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   Macintosh
 
   No warnings for April 2006

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   Linux
 
    19 April 2006 - Debian Security Advisory: DSA 1036-1
   Debian's April 17 announcement titled "New bsdgames packages fix local
   privilege escalation" says a buffer overflow problem has been discovered
   in sail. Upgrade your bsdgames package.

    16 April 2006 - Latest Debian Security Advisorys for March 2006
    * DSA 1035-1
   New fcheck packages fix insecure temporary file creation
   Steve Kemp from the Debian Security Audit project discovered that a
   cronjob contained in fcheck creates a temporary file in an insecure
   fashion. Upgrade your fcheck package.
    * DSA 1034-1
   New horde2 packages fix several vulnerabilities
   Several remote vulnerabilities have been discovered in the Horde web
   application framework, which may lead to the execution of arbitrary 
   web script code. Upgrade your horde2 package.
    * DSA 1033-1
   New horde3 packages fix several vulnerabilities
   Several remote vulnerabilities have been discovered in the Horde web
   application framework, which may lead to the execution of arbitrary web
   script code. Upgrade your horde3 package.
    * DSA 1032-1
   New zope-cmfplone packages fix unprivileged data manipulation
   Plone content management system lacks security declarations for three
   internal classes. Upgrade your zope-cmfplone package.

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