Windows XP:5.1.2600.3205.xpsp.070831-1912

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Windows XP 5.1.2600.3205.xpsp.070831-1912
内核版本 5.1
架构 x86
版本 Service Pack
语言 English (United States), Japanese (Japan)
BIOS日期 2007/9/1
版本字串 5.1.2600.3205.xpsp.070831-1912
这里介绍的是一个服务拓展包的 Beta 版本。



(2)借鉴了Windows Vista操作系统的技术,增加了网络保护模块,这一做法让Windows XP操作系统的网络安全大大增强.

(3)新的微软操作系统内核加密算法,新的Windows XP SP3具有完整的密码功能,并支持用户通过加密功能来使用内核驱动和服务.

(4)新的Black Hole Router探测功能,Windows XP SP3能够让操作系统自动探测到恶意的路由攻击然后进行数据包的过滤.


KB 936929 available:
 windowsxp-kb936929-sp3-x86-enu.exe 334.92 MB
 windowsxp-kb936929-sp3-x86-jpn.exe 366.76 MB
 windowsxp-kb936929-sp3-x86-deu.exe 335.52 MB

Whats new in SP3 (01. September 2007) Beta release:
・Descriptive Security Options UI Security
The Security Options control panel in Windows XP Service Pack 3 now has more descriptive text to explain the settings and prevent incorrect configuration of settings.

・Enhanced security for Administrator and Service policy entries Security
In System Center Essentials for Windows XP Service Pack 3, Administrators and Service entries will be present by default on any new instance of policy. Additionally, the UI for the "Impersonate Client After Authentication" user right will not be able to remove these settings.

・"Black Hole Router" Detection Networking
Windows XP Service Pack 3 includes improvements to black hole router detection (i.e., detecting routers that are silently discarding packets), and turns it on by default.

・Microsoft Kernel Mode Cryptographic Module Security
Microsoft Kernel Mode Cryptographic Module (FIPS.SYS) is a FIPS 140-1 Level 1 compliant, general-purpose, software-based, cryptographic module residing at the Kernel Mode level of the Windows Operating System. It runs as a kernel mode export driver (a kernel-mode DLL) and encapsulates several different cryptographic algorithms in an easy-to-use cryptographic module accessible by other kernel mode drivers. It can be linked into other kernel mode services to permit the use of FIPS 140-1 Level 1 compliant cryptography.

・Network Access Protection Networking
NAP is a policy enforcement platform built into Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 (now in beta testing), and Windows XP Service Pack 3 (which includes the NAP Client for Windows XP, now in beta testing) that allows you to better protect network assets by enforcing compliance with system health requirements. With NAP, you can create customized health policies to validate computer health before allowing access or communication, automatically update compliant computers to ensure ongoing compliance, and optionally confine noncompliant computers to a restricted network until they become compliant.

・Windows Product Activation Setup
As in Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2, and Windows Vista, the user may now complete setup without having to provide their product key. They will be prompted for the product key as part of Genuine Advantage during subsequent use.

Of the 1,073 (detail list see ini, inf n' cab's) included updates, 114 are for security-related issues. The remainder are updates to performance & reliability, bugfixes, improvements to kernel-mode driver modules, and many BSOD fixes.