[Full-disclosure] TPTI-09-03: Apple iTunes Multiple Protocol Handler Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
deepquest at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 3 15:49:30 BST 2009
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The apple thing has been around for ages. Just look at the facts based on stats, not emotional POV. If ppl want to pay more it's not a security related problem so off topic here.
Take it easy,
On 3 Jun 2009, at 19:47, Nick FitzGerald <nick at virus-l.demon.co.uk> wrote:
Thierry Zoller to Will Drewry:
WD> Here's the (mac) exploit module to go along with my simul-report to
WD> apple: http://static.dataspill.org/releases/itunes/itms_overflow.rb
OMFG, you must by kidding, are we 1999 again ?? Classical Stack buffer
overflow in URL request ?! ..o m f g =) Nice find!
You must be wrong!
It's a well-known fact -- just ask any Apple fanboi -- that Macs are
invulnerable to security exploits of any kind because they are based on
Unix-ish and/or open source code and/or are developed by far cooler
_and_ cleverer dudes than anyone who ever worked at MS (or anywhere
else for that matter, except NeXT) and/or because Steve (the sun shines
out my orifices) Jobs said so...
So, now we've established that you are wrong, HTF can anyone at Apple
seriously claim their shit is worth bottling given they keep getting
caught with such egregiously crappy bugs in their code?
And how is it that folk who really should know better keep feeding this
line of BS?
Oh, that's right, they need to justify the grossly excessive cost of
those non-Windows x86 machines they've been buying the last few
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