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Update to MovableType 3.32 is quite simple

Update my blog to MovableType 3.32.

I just update my two other Blog to MovableType 3.32 from 3.31.
It looks so smooth that I don’t feel any problem.
To update your MT from 3.31 to 3.32.
1) Download the MovableType 3.32 package from SixApart site.
2) Unzip the package file
3) Upload all files into your CGI folder, and confirm to overwrite your original files.

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MovableType has 3.32

SixApart updated MovableType to 3.32 on August 28, 2006.
David Yin’s Blog is just upgraded to 3.31 two weeks ago. Do I need to update it?
Let’s review the new features or bug fixes.
Five features:
32509: Activity Log Filter Missing ‘Search’ option
32695: MTIfCategory ‘type’ attribute should accept ‘secondary’ as a value
32732: New DebugMode settings for publishing performance profiling
32747: Create a “Powered by” default widget for WidgetManager
32450: Feeds.app lite requests and improvements
I am not interested in these new features or improved features.
There are about thirty seven bugfixes on the list.

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Windows Update in July 2006

In the second week of the every month, Microsoft will release the Update for Windows. Sometimes comes with office update.
If you use the Windows Update link in the IE, you may not get all the updates, but part of them. The updates not included in the WGA will be download and installed in your Windows XP.
But you still want to get all updates, and you searched and searched in the web. Nothing found.
OK, let me show you some way to pass the WGA and get all the UPDATES.
In Control Panel, System properties, under Automatic Updates Tab.
You can choose Automatic(recommended), every day.
Windows automatic update use the different way then Windows update through IE. The later one will ask for the WGA. The first one does not.
This is what I want to tell you how to bypass the WGA to get completed updates.

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Windows Update in June 2006

There are nine updates on Windows 2000 pro from Microsoft.
They are all security updates. Very important.
My question is sometime the disk usage of all Windows updates may bigger than the native Windows installation.
There are total 12 updates for Windows family.
MS06-011 – is a re-release, addresses a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows XP and Windows 2003 only, and has a maximum severity rating of important
• MS06-021 – addresses several newly discovered vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer and has a maximum severity rating of critical
• MS06-022 – addresses a newly discovered vulnerability in Internet Explorer and has a maximum severity rating of critical
• MS06-023 – addresses a newly discovered vulnerability in Microsoft Windows and has a maximum severity rating of critical
• MS06-024 – addresses a newly discovered vulnerability in Windows Media Player and has a maximum severity rating of critical
• MS06-025 – addresses two newly discovered vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows and has a maximum severity rating of critical
• MS06-026 – addresses a newly discovered vulnerability in Microsoft Windows and has a maximum severity rating of critical
• MS06-027 – addresses a newly discovered vulnerability in Microsoft Word and has a maximum severity rating of critical
• MS06-028 – addresses a newly discovered vulnerability in Microsoft PowerPoint and has a maximum severity rating of critical
• MS06-030 – addresses two newly discovered vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows and has a maximum severity rating of important
• MS06-031 – addresses a newly discovered vulnerability in Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4 only and has a maximum severity rating of moderate
• MS06-032 – addresses a newly discovered vulnerability in Microsoft Windows and has a maximum severity rating of important

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Windows Update in April 2006

When I turn on my computer this morning, the Windows gave me the following notice to install his April 2006 updates.
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These updates are very important. The holes will be used to control your computer from remotely by hackers.
All users of Windows have to update their Windows for safe.
Bulletin Identifier Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-013
Bulletin Title Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (912812)
Executive Summary This update resolves several vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer that could allow remote code execution.
Maximum Severity Rating Critical
Impact of Vulnerability Remote Code Execution
Affected Software Windows, Internet Explorer.
Bulletin Identifier Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-014
Bulletin Title Vulnerability in the Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) Function Could Allow Code Execution (911562)
Executive Summary This update resolves a vulnerability in MDAC that could allow remote code execution.
Maximum Severity Rating Critical
Impact of Vulnerability Remote Code Execution
Affected Software Windows.
Bulletin Identifier Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-015
Bulletin Title Vulnerability in Windows Explorer Could Allow Remote Code Execution (908531)
Executive Summary This update resolves a vulnerability in Windows Explorer that could allow remote code execution
Maximum Severity Rating Critical
Impact of Vulnerability Remote Code Execution
Affected Software Windows.

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