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Scheduled Hydrogenaudio server maintenance

2022-06-03 20:59:59 by Peter | Views: 1103 | Comments: 9

Hello everyone,
I'll be doing Hydrogenaudio web server maintenance early next week. Expect momentary downtime of the forum and wiki around Monday (6th June).
That said, I'll do my best to minimize the downtime and resume normal operation as soon as possible.

TAK 2.3.2

2022-05-06 19:54:56 by TBeck | Views: 2775 | Comments: 25

Final release of TAK 2.3.2 ((T)om's lossless (A)udio (K)ompressor)

It consists of:

  • TAK Applications 2.3.2.
  • TAK Winamp plugin 2.3.2
  • TAK Decoding library 2.3.2
  • TAK SDK 2.3.2

Critical bug in ALAC decoding software in Android

2022-04-23 09:05:02 by itisljar | Views: 2041 | Comments: 8

"The vulnerability resided in ALAC—short for Apple Lossless Audio Codec and also known as Apple Lossless—which is an audio format introduced by Apple in 2004 to deliver lossless audio over the Internet. While Apple has updated its proprietary version of the decoder to fix security vulnerabilities over the years, an open-source version used by Qualcomm and MediaTek had not been updated since 2011."

- The buggy ALAC code contained an out-of-bounds vulnerability
- For now, Qualcomm and MediaTek chipsets are affected
- Patch level of December 2021 or later is safe, but there are devices which are no longer patched

Source: https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2022/04/critical-bug-could-have-let-hackers-commandeer-millions-of-android-devices/