[BleepingComputer] Critical Cloudflare CDN flaw allowed compromise of 12% of all sites

Cloudflare has fixed a critical vulnerability in its free and open-source CDNJS potentially impacting 12.7% of all websites on the internet. CDNJS serves millions of websites with over 4,000 JavaScript and CSS libraries stored publicly on GitHub, making it the second-largest JavaScript CDN. […]

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