Monthly Archives: July 2009

Vulnerability in Microsoft OWC ActiveX – How to check if my machine is vulnerable?

Hi, two days ago I blogged about a Vulnerability in Microsoft Office Web Components ActiveX that affects ISA Server 2006. I also provided a workaround found at Security Research & Defense team blog. Yesterday I received a comment about this blog entry … Continue reading

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Time to Update your ISA Server 2006 to SP1

Hi,   days ago I blogged about the ISA Server support Lifecycle. As remembered on a blog post of ISA/TMG team, ISA Server 2006 RTM and SU support has ended yesterday (07/14/2009).   If for some reason you did not … Continue reading

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Vulnerability in Microsoft Office Web Components ActiveX

Hi,   altough this vulnerability is intended to Microsoft Office Web Components, it can affect ISA Server as well. This component is not installed by default on any Windows version.   However, when you install ISA Server this component is … Continue reading

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Vulnerability in ISA Server 2006 (970953)

Hi,   Microsoft has just released a security bulletin about a new vulnerability in ISA Server 2006. This bulletin is rated as Important and could allow elevation of privilege if an attacker successfully exploit it.   Affected Softwares   This … Continue reading

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Just me! Again… :-)

Hi,   if you´re an ISA administrator is much likely you heard about Thomas Shinder. He´s one of the masters of ISA/TMG firewall universe. Some of his contributions for ISA/TMG world are: web site, which contains a lot of articles about configuring, … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer 8 will be available via WSUS

Hi,   WSUS (Windows Server Update Services) is been around for a while, it´s predecessor was SUS (Software Update Services). Both were designed to minimize Windows administrators efforts to deploy the latests products updates to their servers and workstations.   This amazing … Continue reading

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ISA Server and KB968078

Hi,   a while ago Microsoft released a security patch for ISA Server regarding two vulnerabilities: ISA Server stops accepting new requests after you configure Web publishing, Web proxy, or Automatic discovery and A cross-site scripting vulnerability in ISA Server 2006 … Continue reading

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