1. Attackers exploit an iTunes zeroday to install ransomware  Ars Technica
  2. Apple Software Update Zero-Day Used by BitPaymer Ransomware  BleepingComputer
  3. Apple iTunes and iCloud for Windows 0-Day Exploited in Ransomware Attacks  Internet
  4. Flaw in iTunes for Windows Abused for Ransomware Attacks  PCMag
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Apple patches actively exploited flaw that let ransomware crooks evade AV protection.Apple patches actively exploited flaw that let ransomware crooks evade AV protection.

Attackers exploit an iTunes zeroday to install ransomware | Ars Technica

Several companies from the automotive industry were targeted by BitPaymer ransomware operators during August, in attacks that used an Apple zero-day vulnerability impacting the Apple Software Update service bundled with iTunes and iCloud for Windows.Several companies from the automotive industry were targeted by BitPaymer ransomware operators during August, in attacks that used an Apple zero-day vulnerability impacting the Apple Software Update service bundled with iTunes and iCloud for Windows.

Apple Software Update Zero-Day Used by BitPaymer Ransomware

A zero-day unquoted service path vulnerability in Apple Bonjour Service (iTunes and iCloud for Windows) found exploited in iEncrypt and BitPaymer ransomware attacks.A zero-day unquoted service path vulnerability in Apple Bonjour Service (iTunes and iCloud for Windows) found exploited in iEncrypt and BitPaymer ransomware attacks.

Apple iTunes and iCloud for Windows 0-Day Exploited in Ransomware Attacks

Hackers behind the BitPaymer ransomware strain used a vulnerability in the Bonjour updater of iTunes for Windows to evade detection from antivirus software, according to a security firm. Hackers behind the BitPaymer ransomware strain used a vulnerability in the Bonjour updater of iTunes for Windows to evade detection from antivirus software, according to a security firm.

Flaw in iTunes for Windows Abused for Ransomware Attacks | News & Opinion | PCMag.com