Apple has recently rolled out security fixes which will help iTunes and QuickTime software users stay safe from malicious attacks, coming in the form of iTunes 8.2 and QuickTime 7.6.2 updates respectively. These fixes will do away with vulnerabilities found in Mac (MacOS X 10.4 and 10.5) and Windows (XP and Vista) versions of the software, numbering 10 in total which could enable a hacker to remotely execute code on an infected system. Out of the ten, eight of these problems target both versions, while two of them are Windows-only. You can get these updates via the Apple download site or Apple Software Update.
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