BitTorrent client exploits could let rogue websites control your PC

BitTorrents peer-to-peer app and its lightweight uTorrent counterpart are susceptible to particularly nasty hijacking flaws. Google researcher Tavis Ormandy recently detailed a host of DNS rebinding exploits in Windows versions of the software that lets attackers resolve web domains to the users computer, essentially giving the intruders the keys to the kingdom. They could execute remote code, download malware to Windows startup folder (making it launch on the next reboot), grab do……
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