Microsoft vulnerabilities

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  1. GIANT_CRAB

    GIANT_CRAB New Member

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  2. DomainBop

    DomainBop Dormant VPSB Pathogen

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    Unfortunately that is impossible for me.  Microsoft officially ended support for Windows for Workgroups 3.11 in 2001. :)
     
  3. comXyz

    comXyz New Member

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    No worries, my Windows computers don't have internet connection.
     
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  4. drmike

    drmike 100% Tier-1 Gogent

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    People still use Windows :) ?

    I have one plugged in Windows XP portable just in case I need something in Windows land.  It remains on, but disconnected from network.
     
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    jeff2600 New Member Verified Provider

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    MS14-066 is also critical. Make sure to update!
     
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  6. Licensecart

    Licensecart Active Member

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    Microsoft and Security never ever go together.
     
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  7. mojeda

    mojeda New Member

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    Only if you leave the windows open, which most people do.
     
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  8. jeff2600

    jeff2600 New Member Verified Provider

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    And what exactly makes MS14-066 worse than Heartbleed or Shelshock which affected millions of Linux servers?!?
     
  9. fixidixi

    fixidixi Active Member

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    "Windows XP portable": where did you get your hands on that? I have never seen that stuff..
     
  10. vRozenSch00n

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  11. fixidixi

    fixidixi Active Member

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    @vRozenSch00n:

    Yea I've seen stuff like that around, but never managed to get an XP portable image working on a usb drive.. (lost at least a week of time to that stuff), thats why i asked for a source :D
     
  12. vRozenSch00n

    vRozenSch00n Active Member

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    The only problem with XP is the drivers if we use it on different machines and if I'm not mistaken the 64Bit version only available for corporation.