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Microsoft enforces MSN Messenger 6.2.0205
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 2/11/2005 09:15:00 PM.

Because of its critical nature, the recent security upgrade has been made mandatory for all users of MSN Messenger 6.1 and 6.2.

This means that from now on, if you're still using an insecure version, you'll be prompted with the message that "A newer version is available. You must install the newer version in order to continue.". You will not be able to sign in again unless you upgrade.

Enforcing this upgrade will guarantee the protection of those still uninformed about the PNG buffer overflow exploit and those previously appealing to functionality reducing workarounds such as disabling display pictures and emoticons (in Tools >> Options >> Personal) and blocking untrustworthy contacts.

Download: MSN Messenger 6.2.0205

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