Tag Archives: OSX

New .1 version of ffmeg released

Code-named Freedom, and only 6 weeks after Harmony (0.9) was release, this version of the Open Source video codec tools and libraries repair many “highly critical” security risks. Secunia Details

If you are using Perian, VLC or MPlayer, among other open source tools that allow you to run several different types of media codecs, expect updates.


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New .1 version of ffmeg released

Code-named Freedom, and only 6 weeks after Harmony (0.9) was release, this version of the Open Source video codec tools and libraries repair many “highly critical” security risks. Secunia Details

If you are using Perian, VLC or MPlayer, among other open source tools that allow you to run several different types of media codecs, expect updates.


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Update Everything Month~! Software Vulnerability Records

October 2010 has had record numbers of updates in core programs from Windows to OSX, in Adobe Products and in Java (now owned and managed by Oracle.) Firefox, Opera, RealPlayer, you name it, Security Vulnerabilities is the new black…now white.

Security Vulnerabilities was a code word, of course. It was a nice way of saying, “A bad guy could create an object in the code of a site that would tickle a hole in the software on your computer, and make it – your computer – do one or more things.”
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