iTunes flaw helps hackers
Apple’s iTunes 6 may contain a critical vulnerability that enables hackers to execute arbitrary code remotely
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 on Thursday by a security research firm.
The discovery of this latest flaw comes days after Apple issued its iTunes 6 for Windows security update.
The latest iTunes flaw, however, 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.
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