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      Security Vulnerabilities Fixed in the latest uTorrent, BitTorrent and uTorrent Web   03/05/2018

      Builds for uTorrent, BitTorrent and uTorrent Web containing fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities are available. We highly encourage all of our customers to update to the latest versions. uTorrent and BitTorrent for Android and uTorrent and BitTorrent Mac are not affected. As of writing the latest versions and their first availability date are: uTorrent Beta       -     -  Feb 20, 2018
      uTorrent Web       -       -  Feb 20, 2018
      uTorrent Stable    -     -  Feb 26, 2018
      BitTorrent Stable  -   -  Feb 21, 2018 For more details read our Engineering blog post:


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You're talking completely separate things here. Posting in an Announcements thread for the mac client and asking the question about the general fitness of the coding staff is presumptuous at best.

Since you haven't been here lately http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?pid=408044#p408044 Are you running the new WIP for

If you want stability use the original windows client. It's the same core as in uT/Mac but only doesn't blend in visually on your eye candy OS.

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A. @powerdloader2: You should assume that since BitTorrent, a company that wants to profit, owns uTorrent, they are going to do everything they can to make their software as stable and as fast as possible so they can take bits and license it to other companies a la DNA on Windows. Of course, this is just my random opinion as someone with the ability to think. Other people with the ability to think at BitTorrent may have other ideas then mine.

B. @jewelisheaven: We would prefer that people on mac's test uTorrent for Mac, not going back to Windows. The core is not exactly the same, as there are some differences that needed to be worked around on for Mac (see 100% cpu bug, for example). Because of the differences (and large changes each build), testing is much preferable to 'abandoning' the program for now.

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