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Update to Microsoft Security Bulletin MS00-086
From: Microsoft Security Response Center <secure () MICROSOFT COM>
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 18:31:35 -0800

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Hi All -

We have updated Microsoft Security Bulletin MS00-086
(http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/MS00-086.asp), to
provide the following additional information:
*       There is an additional restriction on the vulnerability.  As
originally reported, the malicious user would need to request a file
via a particular type of malformed URL in order to exploit the
vulnerability.  However, the request would only be processed if (a)
it requested a .bat or .cmd file; (b) the file actually existed and
(c) the malicious user had execute permissions on the file.  This
would make the vulnerability more difficult to exploit than
originally reported.
*       IIS 4.0 is affected by the vulnerability, but only if it's used in
conjunction with a Windows NT 4.0 service pack prior to Service Pack
6a.  Customers running IIS 4.0 on SP6a are not affected by it.
Service Pack 6a is available at
http://www.microsoft.com/NTServer/nts/downloads/recommended/SP6/allsp6
.asp

The updated bulletin has additional details.  Regards,

Scott Culp
Security Program Manager
Microsoft Security Response Center



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