Looks like another exploitable WinAmp vulnerability has come to light:
This generic detection covers an exploit targeting WinAmp 5.13. The effect of this trojan could vary from memory corruption to allowing remote code execution via a specially crafted play list (.m3u or .pls) file.
Such exploit files could be executed with little user intervention (such as visiting a website that hosted malicious files), and the end result could be the silent installation of any number of viruses, trojans, and potentially unwanted programs.
Here's another one to be aware of: FireFox and Mozilla need updating if you're using anything but the latest version. http://vil.nai.com/vil/content/v_138502.htm
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