Apple has pushed out an update to its QuickTime software to close a dozen vulnerabilities.
Version 7.7.4 for Windows 7, Vista, and XP SP2 fixes flaws memory corruption and buffer overflow flaws that could lead to arbitrary code execution or denial-of-service conditions, according to an Apple support document.
Eleven of the vulnerabilities were reported through HP's Zero Day Initiative.
Specifically the flaws included attacks involving a maliciously crafted TeXML file, movie file, or MP3 leading to arbitrary code execution.
Another involved a crafted QTIF file that could also lead to an unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution.