Apple Computer Inc. updated iTunes music store software to fix a critical security flaw that could let attackers grab control of a PC or Mac.
Secunia rated the bug as “highly critical,” its second-from-the-top ranking. The bug in can crash the software or let a hacker run his own code, said the Apple security advisory.
On Wednesday, Apple issued a security update for the Windows and Mac OS X editions of iTunes. The new 6.0.5 edition can be downloaded from the Apple Web site.