[BleepingComputer] Node.js fixes severe HTTP bug that could let attackers crash apps

Node.js has released updates for a high severity vulnerability that could be exploited by attackers to crash the process and cause unexpected behaviors. The use-after-free vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2021-22930 is to do with how HTTP2 streams are handled in the language. […]

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