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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
Version6.2
BuildBuild 0205
Release6.2.0205
Date2005-02-09; 5032 days ago[1]
OSMicrosoft Windows
Size5.00MB (5,244,336 bytes)
File typeEXE
TypeInstant messaging client
Websitehttp://messenger.msn.com

MSN Messenger 6.2.0205 installer file has a size of 5.00 MB (5,244,336 bytes).

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Product name: Microsoft® Windows NT® Operating System
Product version: 4.71.1015.0
Filename: N/A
File type: Application (.exe)
File size: 5.00 MB (5,244,336 bytes)
File description: Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor
File version: 4.71.1015.0
Copyright: Copyright © Microsoft Corp. 1995

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CRC32: 2CB30E50
HAVAL: AE479307B71F622890307CBDA871AAFA2DA293EDC48045AE794A02E0BB250498
MD2: 48507CBB55988CC3CACD30421C0447D6
MD4: 3222FC6D7F2A6EB979ECF866634C08F1
MD5: AB606E5A7B3D41CF27C6C64FA664BEAD
RIPEMD-128: 388A642461EE080BD26D916A2D23F75C
RIPEMD-256: 59DE4A09A9AE868985981276EAB8B7F1691E9255DCA677BF96162BA6A14B449D
RIPEMD-320: C98750A9FC720436C7078ADB8D4E0BB4AA208942DED1595C02423B54F383E62241ECCFEB03D3A74A
SHA-1: 61D80371FAB337C799CA581FE2338932C33CE7BC
SHA-512: 8E380D1D025AB869DEB8AD3771AB6E4057AABB42D48140F08DD90DD4316A20C5980BB42626B09F603FBCA03E9DD9F6DCB40FB59412308A03407266E210CDA417
Tiger: E76AE44FB018E653E68ABDDE0D3A4F5CE02EB6516789CB4E
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Features Edit

  • Messaging

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Change logs Edit

MSN Messenger 6.2.0205 protects your system from the MSN Display Picture vulnerability that allowed an attacker to compromise a Windows-based system and gain control over it.[2]

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