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Quicktime Version Support

Quicktime Plugin Support

This report displays usage data for the Apple Quicktime plugin. The report is broken down by the version of Quicktime that is supported. This is very important information for web developers and designers to consider when implementing Quicktime on web sites. We only list versions that have amassed at least 0.1% of the market share during the selected time period.
Date Range Interval Chart Type Browser Operating System Search Engine Connection
Jan '14 - Jun '14 monthly 3D Pie All Browsers All Operating Systems All Search Engines All Connections

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  • Apple slams shut TEN code execution holes in QuickTime on Windows
    Register / 2/27/14
    Apple has patched security vulnerabilities in the Windows version of its QuickTime media player that allowed malicious video files to execute arbitrary code. The entertainment goliath said version 7.7.5 of QuickTime will fix 10 serious bugs that can be ...
  • Apple issues security fixes for OS X, Safari, and QuickTime for Windows
    TopNews United States / 2/26/14
    On Tuesday, Apple released a software update which included several security fixes for OS X, Safari, and QuickTime for Windows. The update fixed 33 security vulnerabilities in OS X; 4 in Safari; and 10 in QuickTime for Windows. Close on the heels of ...
  • 5 QuickTime Player Secrets / 10/17/13
    It's easy to overlook the power of the steady and dependable QuickTime Player. Built right into OS X, many users don't necessarily think of it as a sophisticated app. Despite that, Apple has engineered some great features for it. Here are five of our faves.
  • Getting started with QuickTime Player X
    Macworld / 8/8/13
    Launch QuickTime Player (which is found in the Applications folder at the root level of your startup drive) and…well, nothing much happens. You'll see the QuickTime Player name appear next to the Apple logo in the Mac's menu bar, along with QuickTime ...
  • Apple issues updates for Printer Drivers and QuickTime 7.7
    All Tech News / 7/12/13
    Apple has issued driver updates for better functionality of printing and scanning devices from the brands: Samsung, HP and Brother. The updates are for Mac OS X version 10.6 and consist of all printer drivers installed on the OS X, relating to the mentioned ...
  • Apple Updates Mac OS X for QuickTime Vulnerabilities
    eSecurity Planet / 7/3/13
    Apple is pushing out its Security Update 2013-003 to users, fixing a trio of vulnerabilities that affect Apple's QuickTime media player. What's even more surprising is that the vulnerabilities were all reported to Apple via HP's Zero Day Initiative (ZDI), and all have ...
  • Mac security update patches QuickTime vulnerabilities
    iTWire / 7/2/13
    Apple has issued Security Update 2013-003 for the Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion flavours of (Mac) OS X. The update contains patches for QuickTime, and applies to normal and server installations. Three issues are addressed by the update, ...
  • QuickTime dirty dozen flaws closed
    SC Magazine Australia / 5/28/13
    Apple has pushed out an update to its QuickTime software to close a dozen vulnerabilities. Version 7.7.4 for Windows 7, Vista, and XP SP2 fixes flaws memory corruption and buffer overflow flaws that could lead to arbitrary code execution or denial-of-service ...
  • Apple removes the download option from Quicktime trailers website
    TweakTown / 5/27/13
    Most of the must-see movie trailers reach Apple's website first, but it looks like Apple have very quietly removed both the 1080p trailer availability, and the download option. Before this, Apple let you stream and download trailers in varying ...
  • Apple patches security holes in QuickTime on Windows
    ZDNet / 5/24/13
    Apple has patched security vulnerabilities in its QuickTime player on Windows. The company released the security updates on Wednesday to patch 12 holes in the QuickTime software that could allow an attacker to crash a computer or execute arbitrary code ...
  • Apple Removes Download Options From Quicktime Trailers Website
    Mac Rumors / 5/24/13
    While trailers uploaded before May 22 can still be downloaded, Apple appears to be removing the option from movies with multiple trailers that have a trailer uploaded after that date. For example, Disney Pixar's Monsters University has trailers that were ...
  • Apple closes QuickTime vulnerabilities on Windows
    The H / 5/23/13
    Apple has released a security update for its QuickTime media framework for Windows. Version 7.7.4 of the software closes 12 critical security holes causing memory corruption and buffer overflows when processing a number of media formats.
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