Historically, there were some exploits for certain types of image files, notably JPEG images. Consequently, many real-time malware scanners (antivirus included) started scanning every JPEG image (as well as some other types of image files) every time they are read or written.
Although there is undoubtedly some outdated software in the world that can be exploited using malformed image files, are there any current exploits that take advantage of weaknesses in image file processing? For answers, please assume the user is not using old or unpatched versions of software.
I'm interested in answers for all operating systems.