Apple posted updates for iOS, Safari and OS X last week, and now it seems that Windows users are also getting a reason to patch up their systems.
Apple has posted the iOS 10.2.2 release and security groups including US-Cert are advising users to update in order to shore up security vulnerabilities. Among the flaws addressed are vulnerabilities in WebKit which can lead to denial-of-service errors and possibly a remote code execution attack.
So, if you're using a Windows PC as your 'other' system, running a Windows partition on your Mac, or simply have friends and family that use an XP, Vista or Windows 7 system, make sure your copy of iTunes (and all other Apple products for Windows) are up to date.
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