Apple has released iTunes 10.5 for Windows, patching several security flaws.

"The security patch, available for Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP SP2, fixes a total of 79 documented vulnerabilities," writes ZDNet's Ryan Naraine. "The most serious of these flaws could allow remote code execution attacks via booby-trapped image or movie files."

"Details on the vulnerabilities can be found in this Apple security advisory," Naraine writes.

Go to "Apple slaps another security band-aid on iTunes" to read the details.

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