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"The exploitation of iTunes vulnerabilities forces Apple to revisit their code -- this results in a challenge of how much developer time can Apple dedicate to patching security holes rather than enhancing features," Tim Deal, senior analyst with Technology Business Research, told MacCentral.
Source: MacCentral I sincerely hope that Apple thought about this fact when they decided to release iTunes for Windows. Apple had no comment on this. Apple still has done nothing about MyTunes, which is odd because the same flaw existed in the 4.0 Mac version and god very quickly updated to 4.01. I don't see why Apple has done nothing about MyTunes. One reason, the only reason I can think of is because MyTunes does not break DRM. But I would still think that Apple would have patched this already.

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