ITunes Catches A Security Bug
Security researchers have discovered four critical vulnerabilities involving Apple's QuickTime media player software and the download application for Apple's iTunes music store. The flaws create a means for hackers to take control of affected systems, according to eEye Digital Security, the firm that discovered the bugs.
All four security issues are exploitable via iTunes. Because of the popularity of Apple's iPod among office workers many businesses, as well as consumers, are potentially exposed to attack. Apple bitten by iTunes security bugs | The Register via ITunes Catches A Security Bug
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