iTunes security flaw reported

eEye Digital Security has issued a warning that a critical vulnerability in iTunes could allow attackers to remotely take over a user’s computer. The security firm said the flaw runs on on all operating systems from Windows XP to Mac OS X.

“This flaw allows malicious hackers to launch arbitrary code remotely, which in turn can take control of a user’s computer,” reports CNET News.com. “eEye, meanwhile, does not provide extensive details on the flaws it finds until a vendor releases a patch to resolve the security flaw.”

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