RIP QuickTime for Windows. Apple is "deprecating support" for the application, and will no longer patch security flaws in the software.
The iGiant is also quietly advising users to uninstall the media player from their Windows machines to avoid being hacked.
Word of the end of support comes from infosec biz Trend Micro. It discovered two critical flaws in the Windows build of QuickTime and reported them to Apple. In response, Trend told The Register, the iPhone maker said it won't fix the bugs, and is cutting the application loose.