[HackerNews] Dozens of Vulnerable NuGet Packages Allow Attackers to Target .NET Platform

An analysis of off-the-shelf packages hosted on the NuGet repository has revealed 51 unique software components to be vulnerable to actively exploited, high-severity vulnerabilities, once again underscoring the threat posed by third-party dependencies to the software development process.
In light of the growing number of cyber incidents that target the software supply chain, there is an urgent

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