[HackerNews] Several Bugs Found in 3 Open-Source Software Used by Several Businesses

Cybersecurity researchers on Tuesday disclosed nine security vulnerabilities affecting three open-source projects — EspoCRM, Pimcore, and Akaunting — that are widely used by several small to medium businesses and, if successfully exploited, could provide a pathway to more sophisticated attacks.
All the security flaws in question, which impact EspoCRM v6.1.6, Pimcore Customer Data Framework

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