[HackerNews] High-Severity Rust Programming Bug Could Lead to File, Directory Deletion

The maintainers of the Rust programming language have released a security update for a high-severity vulnerability that could be abused by a malicious party to purge files and directories from a vulnerable system in an unauthorized manner.
“An attacker could use this security issue to trick a privileged program into deleting files and directories the attacker couldn’t otherwise access or delete,

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