[SecurityWeek] CWP Flaws That Expose Servers to Remote Attacks Possibly Exploited in the Wild

Researchers discovered that the Control Web Panel (CWP) web hosting panel is affected by two serious vulnerabilities that can allow attackers to remotely hack servers, and it’s possible that they may have already been exploited in the wild.

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