11/18/2005

Apple iTunes security flaw discovered

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 11:14 am

A critical vulnerability has been found in some versions of Apple’s popular iTunes that could allow attackers to remotely take over a user’s computer, according to a warning issued Thursday by a security research firm.

The latest iTunes flaw, runs on all operating systems from Windows XP to Mac OS X, according to a security warning issued by eEye Digital Security.

This flaw allows malicious hackers to launch arbitrary code remotely, which in turn can take control of a user’s computer.

eEye, does not provide extensive details on the flaws it finds until a vendor releases a patch to resolve the security flaw.

Source: News.com

 

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