RealNetworks Patches Security Holes

By Julio Franco
Feb 6, 2004
  1. RealNetworks Inc. recently released a security update to plug a series of vulnerabilities in its media players that could open a user's machine to malicious code.

    The exploits could, among other things, allow an attacker to create RMP files that download and execute arbitrary code on a user's machine and to create media files that generate buffer overrun errors, according to the security posting.

    Read more: eWeek.
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