The August 2011 Security Updates are now available on the ECE site for Windows® Embedded Standard 2009 and/or Microsoft® Windows® XP Embedded with Service Pack 3.

The August Security Updates include:

  • KB2418241 - Vulnerability in ASP.NET could allow information
    disclosure
  • KB2487367 - Vulnerability in Microsoft Chart Control Could Allow
    Information Disclosure
  • KB2507938 - Vulnerabilities in Windows CSRSS could allow elevation
    of privilege
  • KB2536276 - Vulnerability in SMB Client Could Allow Remote Code
    Execution
  • KB2539631 - Vulnerability in .NET Framework Could Allow
    Information Disclosure
  • KB2539636 - Vulnerability in .NET Framework Could Allow
    Information Disclosure
  • KB2555917 - Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers Could
    Allow Elevation of Privilege
  • KB2559049 - Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer
  • KB2562937 - Microsoft Security Advisory: Update Rollup for ActiveX
    Kill Bits
  • KB2566454 - Vulnerability in Remote Access Service NDISTAPI Driver
    Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
  • KB2567680 - Vulnerability in Windows Client/Server Run-time
    Subsystem Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
  • KB2570222 - Vulnerability in Remote Desktop Protocol Could Allow
    Denial of Service
  • KB2570791 - August 2011 cumulative time zone update for Windows
    operating systems
  • KB2478656 - Vulnerability in .NET Framework and Microsoft
    Silverlight Could Allow Remote Code Execution
  • KB2508272 - Cumulative security update for ActiveX Kill Bits
  • KB2518870 - Vulnerability in the .NET Framework could allow remote
    code execution
  • KB2530095 - Vulnerability in .NET Framework Could Allow Remote
    Code Execution
  • KB2510581 - Vulnerability in JScript and VBScript Scripting
    Engines Could Allow Remote Code Execution

 

These updates can be applied to the embedded component database. The database updates incorporate all security updates from prior months for the current year; therefore you do not need to install previous security database updates.

 

Thanks,

Liz

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