How Does NI Security Update 67L8L0QW for cw3dgrph.ocx Affect Me?
Primary Software: Measurement Studio>>Enterprise Edition (Full Development System)
Primary Software Version: 2013
Primary Software Fixed Version: N/A
Secondary Software: N/A
My system requires NI Security Update 67L8L0QW. What actions should I take to eliminate the security vulnerability?
NI has created NI Security Update 67L8L0QW to install a patch that eliminates the vulnerability.
Updating Your System and Deployed SystemsNI Security Update 67L8L0QW is bundled in the NI General Security Patch Q2 2013 along with updates for other common NI ActiveX components. Refer to How Does NI Security Update 67L8K7QW (NI General Security Patch Q2 2013) Affect Me? for more information.
The patch also includes a replacement for the NI component
Note: Several NI products install
The replacement component is not vulnerable to the security issue and is not affected by the kill bits, but installing it might require special action on your part to restore functionality in some applications, web pages, or documents.
If you see this error as the result of your application calling the
How to Re-enable the ExportStyle MethodCaution: This procedure requires that you modify the Windows registry. Serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. NI recommends that you back up the registry before you modify it. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, refer to Microsoft KnowledgeBase 322756: How to back up and restore the registry in Windows.
If you see any of these behaviors, National Instruments recommends that you take one of the following actions:
BackgroundA security vulnerability exists in several NI ActiveX components installed with National Instruments software products on Microsoft Windows operating systems. These components are vulnerable to attacks through Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office. Refer to Software Vulnerability NI-64BG6SWQ-2 for cw3dgrph.ocx for more information.
For Windows 2000 usersNI has released a separate security update for Windows 2000 users. Refer to How Do Microsoft “Kill Bits” Affect NI ActiveX Components? to obtain the update. The update closes the security vulnerability but does not include a replacement for
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Report Date: 03/22/2013
Last Updated: 08/26/2013
Document ID: 67L8L0QW