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    Contains a list of software updates that prevent the original versions of the 832332, 831932, and 831931 security updates that were released on September 14, 2004 from installing correctly.
    This security update addresses the vulnerabilities by correcting the way that Microsoft Office parses specially crafted files and by correcting the manner in which the XML parser used by Word resolves external entities within a specially crafted file.
    Describes an issue that occurs if the registry has been modified so that URLs or Microsoft Internet Explorer security zones are authorized to host the HTML ActiveX control.
    Describes a security update that addresses vulnerabilities by correcting how Microsoft Excel and other affected Microsoft software validate data when they parse specially crafted Office files.
    Security update 896428 limits environment variables that the Telnet client can disclose. The update also adds a registry key that lets you to specify additional environment variables.
    Describes a problem that occurs when you install the security update for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 that is dated October 9, 2007 in an environment that has many host-named site collections.
    When you run the Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server Security Configuration Wizard to secure your server and you select the security level, you receive the following error message when the Security Configuration Wizard tries to...
    After updating Forefront Server Security Management Console (FSSMC) to Hotfix Rollup 5 and updating Forefront Security for Exchange (FSE) Service Pack 2 to Rollup 2, or Forefront Security for SharePoint Service (FSSP) Pack 3 to Rollup 2, the Kaspersky...
    Resolves a security vulnerability that exists in Microsoft XML Core Services that could allow arbitrary code to run when you view a specially crafted webpage by using Internet Explorer.

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