any one using real player on linux should read this
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"Real has been duly informed about the issue and (they) are fixing (it). Sadly, though, it seems someone is trying to pinch my research. As such, I have been forced to release this advisory sooner than hoped,"
this sounds like a broken record........M$/Bill Gates pulls this crap all the time.........for 6 months in late '03, IE and windows media player had a bug that went unfixed , and the good folks @ M$ and "eye security" kept it quite-- meanwhile millions of systems were open to attack and the users had no Clue about it..........It is the same ole song and dance from Corporate America........screw the users over and make $$$ off support calls........