Apple releases QuickTime 7.1 Update

Apple today released QuickTime 7.1 which delivers numerous important bug fixes and addresses critical security issues. This update is highly recommended for all QuickTime 7 users.

The Update is available via Software Update and also as a standalone installer.

More info and download link (49.1MB) here.

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19 Comments

  1. Johnny, that’s slag for a condom where I come from. You must be young, dumb and full of come.

    Idiot. OS X is getting better with each release. It’s a constant work in progress.

    So MacDude, I mean Johnny, what are your ideas for computing nirvana? Hello? Anyone there?

    MW: bed. Johnny has been sent to bed with no supper for using Daddy’s computer.

  2. Johnny Troll said: What the hell? Everybody has been insisting nothing like this can happen on a Mac.
    Nobody with any sense said Macs lack bugs or potential security vulnerabilities, the claim was/is that no one has been able to take full advantage of any such vulnerability – other than with the help of the user. Just because there are flaws does not mean they’ve been exploited – yet. And we’d be just as happy to keep it that way, thank you very much. We are partly protected from vulnerabilities in the apps by protections built into the OS.

    SunRA, et al,
    You need to learn to read those warnings that pop up. That one said that if you had a pre-version 7 QTPro license and upgraded to version 7 of QT you would need to buy a new license. That would suggest your v.7.0.4 would be unaffected.

    MWD: Just noticed a new ad below the input box. The last one was quite tempting but required a more advanced version of IE than will run on a Mac to take advantage of it.

  3. ARGH! After updating QT and the security patch, iTunes has lost all path information to every song in my library. I keep my music on an external drive, which could account for the bug, but it’s a bug nonetheless.

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