[SecurityWeek] GitKraken Vulnerability Prompts Action From GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket

Developers of Git GUI client GitKraken have addressed a vulnerability resulting in the generation of weak SSH keys, and they are prompting users to revoke and renew their keys.

Discovered in the open source library that the Git GUI client uses for SSH key generation, the issue affects all keys issued using versions 7.6.x, 7.7.x, and 8.0.0 of GitKraken.

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