New MSSecure.XML Version 2004.12.01.0 Now Available

New MSSecure.XML Version 2004.12.01.0 Now Available

Post by Doug Neal » Fri, 03 Dec 2004 03:26:46

MSSECURE.XML Data Version 2004.12.01.0 (for use by MBSA 1.2 and SMS SUS
Feature Pack) was last modified today, December 1, 2004, and is now
available for all supported languages (English, French, German and

This release fully supports the following new bulletin:

MS04-040 (IE 6 SP1 Cumulative Update) - 889293.

This release also includes a number of minor bug fixes reported by customers
and PSS to resolve 'invalid checksum' and 'greater than expected' warnings.
It also includes two bug fixes that correctly provide a Note Message for
MS02-064 and MS03-008 on Windows 2000 SP4 that were previously set to detect
on Windows 2000 Gold, SP1, SP2 and SP3 platforms only.

Note messages do not indicate that the computer that you are scanning is not
secure. Note messages indicate that for technical reasons, MBSA cannot
determine whether the appropriate update or workaround was applied. You can
ignore note messages after you apply the update or after you evaluate your
computer to confirm it is secure based on the details provided in the
associated MSRC bulletin. See KB306460 for additional information regarding
Note Messages and products supported for MBSA detection.

ALSO NOTE: This announcement has been sent to the
newsgroup, but in the future will be sent to the new
Microsoft.public.sms.software_updates newsgroup instead. No future MSSECURE
announcements will be sent to the newsgroup.


Doug Neal [MSFT]

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New MSSecure.XML Version 2004.12.01.0 Now Available

Post by David Rand » Thu, 09 Dec 2004 08:00:27

Thanks for letting us know.