Patches and Service Packs

ISA Server 2000 SP1 Patches


You should consider installing SP2 as soon as possible

ISA Server SP2 can be applied to ISA Server Standard and Enterprise Editions, and includes:

  • All hot fixes and security updates issued since ISA Server was released to manufacturing.

  • Fixes for common issues reported by customers through Microsoft Product Support Services (PSS).

  • Enhanced stability of the ISA Server services and administration tool in a number of scenarios.

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  • Fixes that enable ISA Server to run on Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition and Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition.

  • Fixes recommended through an audit by third-party security experts.

Download SP2 for ISA 2000 (3.9mb)

See the Readme file for SP2

Required Patches

Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server with SP1 running on a Windows 2000 SP4 Server box requires the following security-related patches:

November 2004

MS04-039 : Vulnerability in ISA Server 2000 and Proxy Server 2.0 Could Allow Internet Content Spoofing (888258)

January 2004

MS04-001 : Vulnerability in H.323 Filter can Allow Remote Code Execution (816458)

July 2003

MS03-028 : Flaw in ISA Server Error Pages Could Allow Cross-Site Scripting Attack (816456)

April 2003

MS03-012 : Flaw In Winsock Proxy Service And ISA Firewall Service Can Cause Denial Of Service (331066)

March 2003

MS03-009 : Flaw in ISA Server DNS intrusion detection filter can cause Denial of Service (331065)

August 2002

MS02-044 : Unsafe Functions in Office Web Components (328130)

June 2002

MS02-027 : Unchecked Buffer in Gopher Protocol Handler Can Run Code of Attacker’s Choice (323889)

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