I don't see Win 2000 in the list though.
I am running Windows XP Pro, Word 2003, browsers: Firefox or IE6 in an HP e-pc 40 with Intel Celeron processor, 256MB RAM.
Recently, I installed Belarc Advisor. Yesterday I did another scan and it revealed there is a critical update KB929969.
In Microsoft's downloads, the closest I am able to come for a system needing an update of this number is Windows 2000 - which I don't have.
Apparently, it's some sort of security update for IE6.
Does anyone have any type of useful information for me? I would hate to think my system is vulnerable to some type of malware - been there, done that.
...in Microsoft/downloads. In the listing, I chose the security update for IE6 SP1. When you look at the explanation, it's for Windows 2000. This is the only choice I thought it could be.
Because I very recently acquired a malware, Microsoft cleaned out all areas of my hard drive to rid it of all infection. Perhaps, because the system (it's used) came with IE6 and I deleted it when I mistakenly installed IE7 (this is now long gone), and I attempted to get IE6 back - which I could not. So, I found it available on a commercial Web site - which is where I had been accessing IE6.
Maybe, the clean up actually somehow got IE6 back, as I now can access it directly.
So - Did I search for the wrong thing? I see your search included the MS07-004.
Should I use the link you provided and install what's there? I don't know what the security update is and Microsoft shows all security is up to date. So, I'm clueless as to what is going on here.
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