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MSN Messenger 5.0.0544 Icon MSN Messenger
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MSN Messenger 6.1.0202
MSN Messenger main window
Developed byMicrosoft
Version6.1
BuildBuild 0211
Release6.1.0211
Date2004-03-09; 5393 days ago[1]
OSMicrosoft Windows
Size7.98MB (8,373,672 bytes)
File typeEXE
TypeInstant messaging client
Websitehttp://messenger.msn.com

MSN Messenger 6.1.0211 installer file has a size of 7.98 MB (8,373,672 bytes).

File details Edit

Product name: Microsoft® Windows NT® Operating System
Product version: 4.71.1015.0
Filename: N/A
File type: Application (.exe)
File size: 7.98 MB (8,371,112 bytes)
File description: Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor
File version: 4.71.1015.0
Copyright: Copyright © Microsoft Corp. 1995

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CRC32: C32261F1
HAVAL: 6703B55CCE61CAA23198E5B4911902EF65FD4A9690B5669D65C7BC07D3C5AB37
MD2: F61C268B3450E678FEE29DEBD12011DD
MD4: B383D0928292F78EABDDF28B13B20E64
MD5: C0BC49806C1920650015C4DBB4585FB5
RIPEMD-128: B6803C0806CF8AE9E3EE610180109796
RIPEMD-256: 94BCADF4DEAEAE459F6C49A255B12DF140892E5F64C5EA950BA66CE7DEE5B208
RIPEMD-320: 1D531E2B07493AF806AF5C27F112D2B329402507C590248AF3C3701CA27E8EBA7F22B5A4BEFCA978
SHA-1: 31AF6BFDF55C60DB738C71A83200D49C329E9E8E
SHA-512: 44E09BA7878B056BCBD259D35E0A5A1F325674D68FDE627233F3538C5D7B7D8F21688D96313FAF0FC070FEBA0539A59D82778CF915E8E3B37BBED6F0A1717BF7
Tiger: 1AD185E131F0C1A699AA1767B9C56F8C2E407491BEDD695E
Whirlpool: EBF571886F5FD76B463A247FDD81BC63DE672DF8574F385F88DB3A5DA7731320A8F279A8C8AAF819706A827AC565986D4918F99B76E25600AAAAB8BA04CA8835

Features Edit

  • Messaging

Release notes Edit

MSN Messenger 6.1.0211 patches a security vulnerability first reported by qFox and Mephisto. The vulnerability exists because of the method used by MSN Messenger to handle a file request. An attacker could exploit this by sending a specially crafted request to another user. If exploited successfully, the attacker could view the contents of a file on the hard drive without the user's knowledge as long as the attacker knew the name of the file and only if the user had read access privileges. If the user has blocked receiving messages from anonymous users not on their contact list (by placing "All Others" in their block list), the attacker's messenger account must be on the user's allow list to exploit the vulnerability.[2][3]

Change logs Edit

  • Security vulnerability patch

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