[HackerNews] U.S. Federal Agencies Ordered to Patch Hundreds of Actively Exploited Flaws

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has published a catalog of vulnerabilities, including from Apple, Cisco, Microsoft, and Google, that have known exploits and are being actively exploited by malicious cyber actors, in addition to requiring federal agencies to prioritize applying patches for those security flaws within “aggressive” timeframes.
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