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Secunia identified that 7.7.7 had vulnerabilities and an update was available.
It looks like you'll have to manually install Quick Time 7.7.8 if you're on the latest versions of Windows. I originally was alerted to this error through Secunia PSI running on a Windows 10 device.
I also tried the Apple Software Updater, but unfortunately this too showed that I was "up to date".
It appears the different versions of Windows respond in different ways with Quick Time 7.7.6 and 7.7.7.
Right click on the i Tunes icon and then select Force i Tunes. Click on Apple menu at the top right corner and then select Restart. Now, restart your computer, launch i Tunes and start your work again. Then, press Return when requested for the filename.
Make sure you have the latest version of i Tunes installed on your computer. Note: Just in case, you don’t see a window similar to the one below, you need to ensure you are using a nonblank administrator password. Now, navigate with the use of arrow keys and check out an entry containing “gs.”Note: If you don’t find any entry with the gs.apple.com, then the hosts file isn’t related to the issue. Next up, you have to add the # symbol and space (“# “) at the starting of the gs.entry.