WinAmp blows another security fuse

Wednesday, 24 November 2004, 1:01 AM EST

For those enterprise IT managers who've been eagerly anticipating the next major WinAmp security flaw, the wait is over. Brett Moore of Security-Assessment.com on published details of a security hole allowing attackers to take over a PC when a user visits a specially crafted Web page.

The bug, a boundary error in the "IN_CDDA.dll" file, is the latest in a string of serious vulnerabilities in WinAmp.

By Matthew Broersma at IT World.

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