Security flaw in the open-source JsonWebToken library

Popular open source(Opens in a new window)The JsonWebToken project contained a critical vulnerability that allowed threat agents to remotely execute malicious codes on the affected endpoints.

Palo Alto Networks cybersecurity arm Unit 42 reported how the flaw would enable a server to validate malicious JSON code (JWT), giving attackers Remote Code Execution capability (RCE).

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