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New Git Submodule Vulnerability Patched


Oct 10, 2018 6:00 PM 4+ mon ago

The Git community has disclosed a security vulnerability affecting the clone and submodule commands that could enable remote code execution when vulnerable machines access malicious repositories. The vulnerability, which has been assigned CVE–2018–17456 by Mitre, has been fixed in Git 2.19.1.Read more.

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