Sony CDs in second hacker blow

For the second time in two months, Sony BMG has been forced to admit that software embedded into millions of its music CDs can leave customers' computers vulnerable to attack from malicious hackers.

The software, which is automatically installed on to a customer's computer when they play a CD on it, is designed to protect Sony's copyright and prevent bootleg copies of tracks being made.

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