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Several Security Flaws Identified in Major Software Package Managers

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Multiple security flaws have been discovered in major package managers that, if exploited, might allow attackers to run arbitrary code and access sensitive data from vulnerable machines, such as source code and access tokens. It’s worth mentioning, however, that the problems involve the targeted developers using one of the compromised package managers to handle a malicious…

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