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    Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for May 2006

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    Title: Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for May 2006
    Issued: May 9, 2006
    Version Number: 1.0
    Bulletin: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=66474
    ************************************************** ******************

    Summary:
    ========
    This advisory contains information about all security updates
    released this month. It is broken down by security bulletin severity.

    Critical Security Bulletins
    ===========================

    MS06-019 - Vulnerability in Microsoft Exchange Could Allow Remote
    Code Execution (916803)


    - Affected Software:
    - Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 1
    - Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2
    - Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 with the Exchange 2000
    Post-Service Pack 3 Update Rollup of August 2004

    - Impact: Remote Code Execution
    - Version Number: 1.0


    MS06-020 - Vulnerabilities in Macromedia Flash Player from Adobe
    Could Allow Remote Code Execution (913433)


    - Affected Software:
    - Windows XP Service Pack 1
    - Windows XP Service Pack 2

    - Review the FAQ section of bulletin MS06-O20 for information
    about these operating systems:
    - Windows 98
    - Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
    - Windows Millennium Edition (ME)

    - Impact: Remote Code Execution
    - Version Number: 1.0


    Moderate Security Bulletins
    ===========================

    MS06-018 - Vulnerability in Microsoft Distributed Transaction
    Coordinator Could Allow Denial of Service (913580)


    - Affected Software:
    - Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
    - Windows XP Service Pack 1
    - Windows XP Service Pack 2
    - Windows Server 2003
    - Windows Server 2003 for Itanium-based Systems

    - Impact: Denial of Service
    - Version Number: 1.0


    Update Availability:
    ===================
    Updates are available to address these issues.
    For additional information, including Technical Details,
    Workarounds, answers to Frequently Asked Questions,
    and Update Deployment Information please read
    the Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for this
    month at: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=64680

    Support:
    ========
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    Microsoft Support Lifecycle for Business and Developer Software
    ================================================== =============
    The Microsoft Support Lifecycle policy provides consistent and
    predictable guidelines for product support availability at the
    time that the product is released. Under this policy, Microsoft
    will offer a minimum of ten years of support. This includes five
    years of Mainstream Support and five years of Extended Support for
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    security update support, at a supported Service Pack level, for a
    minimum of ten years through the Extended support phase. For more
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    Additional Resources:
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    Acknowledgments:
    ================
    Microsoft thanks the following for working with us to protect
    customers:

    - - eEye Digital Security (http://www.eeye.com/html/)
    for reporting with an issue described in MS06-018.

    - - Xiao Chen of McAfee (http://www.mcafee.com/) for reporting an issue
    described in MS06-018.

    - - Kai Zhang of VenusTech (http://www.venustech.com.cn/) for reporting
    an issue described in MS06-018.

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    Re: Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for May 2006

    I thing Geoff is after the 'Longest Post' award

    Thanks m8

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    Re: Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for May 2006

    Anyone here run Blackberry Enterprise Server?
    If so MS06-019 breaks BES

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