[BleepingComputer] Go, Rust “net” library affected by critical IP address validation vulnerability

The commonly used “net” library in Go and Rust languages is also impacted by the mixed-format IP address validation vulnerability. The bug has to do with how “net” treats IP addresses as decimal, even when they are provided in a mixed (octal-decimal) format, and therefore making applications vulnerable to SSRF and RFI. […]

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