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Why You Should Uninstall ‘Apple’s QuickTime’ Right Now.

Trend Micro Inc.  is a global security software company which was established in Los Angeles, California, USA. Its global headquarters is in Tokyo, Japan while there are other regional headquarters in Asia, Europe and the Americas. The company develops security software for servers, cloud computing environments, and small business. Its cloud and virtualization security products provide cloud security for customers of VMware, Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and vCloud Air. Eva Chen is the serving Chief Executive Officer (2005 - till date) since taken over the position from founder Steve Chang who was now serves as the Chairman of Trend Micro. The company's"Zero Day Initiative" has notified the general public of two listed remote code execution vulnerabilities that could allow an internet attacker (or simply a hacker) to gain control of the victim's system and access larger company-wide networks. “We are not aware of any active attacks against these vulnerabilities currently. But the only way to protect your Windows systems from potential attacks against these or other vulnerabilities in Apple QuickTime now is to uninstall it,” Reuters quoted the company.

“These advisories are being released in accordance with the Zero Day Initiative’s Disclosure Policy for when a vendor does not issue a security patch for a disclosed vulnerability,” the company stated.

Technology giant Apple will not roll out security updates for “QuickTime for Windows” after security software company Trend Micro Inc. reported that two new critical vulnerabilities are affecting the software.

Because Apple is no longer providing security updates for “QuickTime on Windows”, these vulnerabilities are never going to be patched.

Now you have a good reason to uninstall Apple’s QuickTime from your computer before it’s too late.

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