Virus Warnings from June 2006


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   Amiga
 
   No warnings for June 2006
 
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   Windows
 
    30 June 2006 - Microsoft Security Bulletin Re-Release: MS06-025
   Reason for Revision: Microsoft updated this bulletin and the associated
   security updates to address the issues affecting customers identified in
   Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 911280

    30 June 2006 - Virus Help Team Forum - Latest Security Updates
   There has been a number of Microsoft security notices posted on the
   VHT Forum

    08 June 2006 - Microsoft Security Advisory (919637)
   Advisory revised June 2nd to update the "Frequently Asked Questions"
   section and provide additional clarity around "Step 2 Append /safe to
   the WINWORD.EXE command line" for "Enterprise Customers using group
   policy" section under "Always use Microsoft Word in Safe Mode".

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   Macintosh
 
    30 June 2006 - Viruslist.com - Apple releases OS X update
   An artice at Kaspersky Labs on Jun 30 2006 says:
   Apple has released a security update by for its OS X operating system
   that fixes five vulnerabilities in total. Even though there is no
   severity rating placed on the update, two of these could potentially
   lead to remote code execution according to Apple itself.
   The 10.4.7 update also solves a number of usability issues. Users can
   download the update either via Software Update or from Apple Downloads.

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   Linux
 
    30 June 2006 - Debian Security Advisory: DSA 1104-1
   Debian's June 30 announcement titled "New OpenOffice.org packages fix
   several vulnerabilities" says several vulnerabilities have been discovered
   in OpenOffice.org. Upgrade your OpenOffice.org packages.

    08 June 2006 - Debian Security Advisory: DSA 1092-1
   Debian's June 8th announcement titled "New MySQL 4.1 packages fix SQL
   injection" says Josh Berkus and Tom Lane discovered that MySQL v4.1
   and 5.0 incorrectly parses astring escaped with mysql_real_escape().
   Upgrade your mysql packages.

    08 June 2006 - Debian Security Advisory: DSA 1091-1
   Debian's June 8th announcement titled "New TIFF packages fix arbitrary
   code execution" says several problems have been discovered in the TIFF
   library. Upgrade your tiff packages.

    01 June 2006 - Debian Security Advisory: DSA 1085-1
   Debian's June 1st announcement titled "New lynx-cur packages fix several
   vulnerabilities" says several vulnerabilities have been discoverd in lynx,
   the popular text-mode WWW browser. Upgrade your lynx-cur package.

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