While experts estimate that iTunes software is present on more than 250 million Mac and PC machines combined, you would rather be shocked to know the fact that you have been spied so far, as long as for the last 3 years, as per what the latest reports reveal. News of the security flaw, though unknown whether deliberate or mistaken, are beginning to shock users who own an iPhone, an iPad or an iPod touch. In the light of the reports revealed in past, we do know how much organizations such as Google and Facebook earn for selling data to the US government, the CIA and other agencies, the track record of Apple hasn’t been satisfying either. Few months back, Apple updated its iOS 4 after being charged with the Location-gate tracking issue. Here’s a new report that brings in limelight the fact that a British company named Gamma International, known for computer hacking services for governments and agencies, has been marketing a security program which it calls FinFisher, to governments, spy agencies etc, in order to track iTunes users on both Mac and PC – thanks to the security exploit in iTunes, of which, Apple was warned about in 2008, but it didn’t take the required prompt action.