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Arstechnica | Attackers exploit an iTunes zeroday to install ransomware

The iTunes logo has been photoshopped onto a pistol target that has been shot multiple times.

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weblog put up. The worm is referred to as an unquoted provider trail, which as its identify suggests, occurs when a developer forgets to enclose a record trail with citation marks. When the worm is in a depended on program—reminiscent of one digitally signed by way of a well known developer like Apple—attackers can exploit the flaw to make this system execute code that AV coverage may in a different way flag as suspicious.

Morphisec CTO Michael Gorelik defined it this fashion:

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