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Windows 98 Second Edition (SE) Patches

Windows 98 Second Edition (SE) Patches

Note: Microsoft has stopped supporting Windows 98 and Windows NT 4.0 Workstation as of June 30, 2003.

Required Patches

Windows 98 SE requires the following security-related patches:

Make sure you read Internet Explorer 5.X and 6.0 Patches and Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1 Patches before you go on.

August 2005

MS05-040 : Vulnerability in Telephony Service Could Allow Remote Code Execution (893756)

July 2005

MS05-036 : Vulnerability in Microsoft Color Management Module Could Allow Remote Code Execution (901214)

June 2005

MS05-032 : Vulnerability in Microsoft Agent Could Allow Spoofing (890046)

MS05-030 : Cumulative Security Update in Outlook Express (897715)

MS05-026 : Vulnerability in HTML Help Could Allow Remote Code Execution (896358)

May 2005

MS05-024 : Vulnerability in Web View Could Allow Remote Code Execution (894320)

April 2005

MS05-019 : Vulnerabilities in TCP/IP Could Allow Remote Code Execution and Denial of Service (893066)

MS05-018 : Vulnerability in Windows Kernel Could Allow Elevation of Privilege and Denial of Service (890859)

MS05-017 : Vulnerability in Message Queuing Could Allow Code Execution (892944)

MS05-016 : Vulnerability in Windows Shell that Could Allow Remote Code Execution (893086)

February 2005

MS05-015 : Vulnerability in Hyperlink Object Library Could Allow Remote Code Execution (888113)

MS05-013 : Vulnerability in the DHTML Editing ActiveX Control could allow code execution (891781)

MS05-012 : Vulnerability in OLE and COM Could Allow Remote Code Execution (873333)

MS05-009 : Vulnerability in PNG Processing Could Lead to Buffer Overrun (890261)

January 2005

MS05-002 : Vulnerability in Cursor and Icon Format Handling Could Allow Remote Code Execution (891711)

MS05-001 : Vulnerability in HTML Help Could Allow Code Execution (890175)

December 2004

MS04-041 : Vulnerability in WordPad Could Allow Code Execution (885836)

October 2004

MS04-037 : Vulnerability in Windows Shell Could Allow Remote Code Execution (841356)

MS04-032 : Security Update for Microsoft Windows (840987)

MS04-031 : Vulnerability in NetDDE Could Allow Remote Code Execution (841533)

July 2004

MS04-024 : Vulnerability in Windows Shell Could Allow Remote Code Execution (839645)

MS04-023 : Vulnerability in HTML Help Could Allow Code Execution (840315)

July 2003

MS03-030 : Unchecked Buffer in DirectX Could Enable System Compromise (819696)

MS03-023 : Buffer Overrun In HTML Converter Could Allow Code Execution (823559)

June 2003

MS03-020 : Cumulative Patch for Internet Explorer (818529)

April 2003

MS03-011 : Flaw in Microsoft VM Could Enable System Compromise (816093)

March 2003

MS03-008 : Flaw in Windows Script Engine could allow code execution (814078)

November 2002

MS02-065 : Buffer Overrun in Microsoft Data Access Components Could Lead to Code Execution (329414)

MS02-050 : Certificate Validation Flaw Could Enable Identity Spoofing (328115) (Reposted)

October 2002

MS02-055 : Unchecked Buffer in Windows Help Facility Could Enable Code Execution (323255)

MS02-054 : Unchecked Buffer in File Decompression Functions Could Lead to Code Execution (329048)

September 2002

MS02-053 : Buffer Overrun in SmartHTML Interpreter Could Allow Code Execution (324096)

August 2002

MS02-048 : Flaw in Certificate Enrollment Control Could Allow Deletion of Digital Certificates (323172)

March 2002

MS02-014 : Unchecked Buffer in Windows Shell Could Lead to Code Execution

MS02-013 : 04 March 2002 Cumulative VM Update

February 2002

MS02-006 : Unchecked Buffer in SNMP Service Could Enable Arbitrary Code to be Run

December 2001

MS01-059 : Unchecked Buffer in Universal Plug and Play Can Lead to System Compromise

November 2001

MS01-054 : Invalid Universal Plug and Play Request Can Disrupt System Operation

April 2001

MS01-022 : WebDAV Service Provider Can Allow Scripts to Levy Requests as User

March 2001

MS01-019 : Passwords for Compressed Folders are Recoverable

MS01-017 : Erroneous VeriSign-Issued Digital Certificates Pose Spoofing Hazard

November 2000

MS00-091 : Incomplete TCP/IP Packet Vulnerability

October 2000

MS00-079 : HyperTerminal Buffer Overflow Vulnerability

MS00-074 : WebTV for Windows Denial of Service Vulnerability

MS00-073 : Malformed IPX NMPI Packet Vulnerability

MS00-072 : Share Level Password Vulnerability

August 2000

MS00-059 : Java VM Applet Vulnerability

MS00-054 : Malformed IPX Ping Packet Vulnerability

May 2000

MS00-029 : IP Fragment Reassembly Vulnerability

March 2000

MS00-017 : DOS Device in Path Name Vulnerability

February 2000

MS00-011 : VM File Reading Vulnerability

January 2000

MS00-005 : Malformed RTF Control Word Vulnerability

September 1999

MS99-033 : Malformed Telnet Argument Vulnerability

MS99-034 : Fragmented IGMP Packet Vulnerability

August 1998

MS98-010 : Information on the Back Orifice Program

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