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CVS flaw could give hackers access to servers
CVS is used by teams of software developers to coordinate their code writing and to maintain a single standard view of the development process to all team members. It runs on several proprietary variants of Unix and on the open-source Linux OS.
It is a key tool for the open-source development community, and has been used in large-scale developments such as the Mozilla browser, the Python programming language, some versions of Linux such as ARM Linux, the freeDOS operating system, and a Palm OS emulator.
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