QuickTime flaw kicks off month of Apple bugs

Tuesday, 2 January 2007, 12:29 AM EST

A previously undocumented flaw in Apple's QuickTime media player could be exploited remotely by attackers to install malicious software on computers running either the Windows or Mac OS X operating systems, according to the inaugural posting by the Month of Apple Bugs project, a month-long effort that promises to feature a newly described security hole in Apple's software each day for all of January.

At Security Fix.

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