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  • Exploit code targets RealPlayer, researchers warn

    A zero-day flaw in the latest version of RealPlayer can be actively targeted with working exploit code, according to researchers at US-CERT. 

  • Apple updates QuickTime to plug serious flaw

    Apple worked quickly to address the zero-day buffer-overflow flaw in its widely used QuickTime media player, becuase exploit code surfaced late last month. 

  • Exploit code targets Apple QuickTime zero-day

    Several security organizations have noted the appearance of exploit code against a zero-day buffer-overflow flaw in Apple's widely used QuickTime media player. 

  • Apple releases QuickTime security fix

    The popular QuickTime multimedia application is afflicted with at least seven security flaws, but Apple has released an update to fix them. 

  • Symantec, McAfee address security flaws

    Security flaws in Symantec Altiris Deployment Solution and McAfee E-Business Server could be exploited to cause a denial of service or run malicious files. Fixes are available. 

  • RealNetworks issues advisory for more critical flaws

    In less than a week, RealNetworks Inc. widened the scope of its advisory to include all previous versions of its popular media players. 

  • Critical Lotus Notes flaws discovered

    Security researchers have discovered multiple flaws in some file attachment viewers in IBM Lotus notes that could be exploited by an attacker to access to sensitive information. 

  • Adobe update fixes critical .pdf zero-day

    Adobe Systems Inc. has released an update to resolve a previously-disclosed zero-day flaw in its popular Adobe Reader and Acrobat .pdf programs. 

  • RealPlayer patch released as researchers warn of active attacks

    Real Networks advises users of its popular media player to install its patch for RealPlayer 10.5 and 11 beta to remove a security flaw attackers have targeted in recent days. 

  • Attackers target RealPlayer

    Symantec warned late Thursday that a flaw in the popular RealPlayer multimedia viewer is being actively exploited by attackers in the wild.