Digital media delivery outfit RealNetworks Inc. on Wednesday released patches for a high-risk security flaw in several versions of its widely deployed RealPlayer software.
The Seattle, Wash.-based company said the flaw could allow an attacker to run arbitrary or malicious code on unpatched machines. “RealNetworks has received no reports of machines compromised as a result of the now-remedied vulnerabilities,” the company said in an online advisory.
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