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PHP Vuln Threatens Confidentiality of Impacted Systems
It was recently discovered that PHP could be made to bypass password checking if a specially crafted input was provided (CVE-2023-0567).
This flaw could possibly allow applications to accept any password as valid, contrary to expectations, potentially leading to the compromise of critical systems and sensitive information.
With a low attack complexity, no user interaction required, and a high confidentiality impact, it is crucial that all impacted users apply the PHP updates issued but their distro(s) immediately to protect the privacy and confidentiality of their systems and their sensitive data.
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