Apple users may be feeling a bit less complacent about the security of their computers by the end of January, which has been declared the Month of Apple Bugs (MoAB). 

During this month, researchers will announce previously-unknown bugs in order to raise awareness about the state of security within the platform.
The first two MoAB bugs affect Apple Quicktime and VLC Media Player, respectively, and could allow remote code execution.
The MoAB projects is similar to November 2006's Month of Kernel Bugs (MoKB). During November, bugs affecting software from most vendors were revealed.
It's interesting to note that the Apple QuickTime bug is also applicable to Windows.