QuickTime flaw could go beyond MySpace

Tuesday, 12 December 2006, 11:27 AM EST

The QuickTime security hole that enabled a phishing worm to attack users of social networking site MySpace is leaving more users and websites vulnerable than was first thought.

Security firm F-Secure said that the vulnerability has been confirmed to exist in Mac versions of QuickTime, as well as the QuickTime Alternative codec package.

At vnunet.

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