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Apple struggles to fix critical glitch

Discussion in 'News' started by Mr.Cheeks, May 15, 2006.

  1. Mr.Cheeks

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    Apple struggles to fix critical glitch

    Serious flaws in Mac OS X and QuickTime software could put Macintosh and Windows systems at risk of cyber attack, Apple has warned.

    In a pair of security alerts released on Thursday, Apple outlined 31 flaws that affect various versions of the operating system and a dozen vulnerabilities in its QuickTime media player software. Security experts have deemed the issues "critical" but Apple does not provide a severity rating. Fixes are available.

    The Mac OS X vulnerabilities lie in various components of the operating system and affect both the server and client versions, Apple said in an advisory. An attack could be launched using some of the bugs by creating a malformed file, or by building a malicious website and enticing someone to visit it, the company said.....

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