May 11, 2024, 5:39 a.m. | Eswar

Cyber Security News

Two new vulnerabilities have been discovered in Next.js, related to response queue poisoning and SSRF on certain Next.js versions. These vulnerabilities have been assigned CVE-2024-34350 and CVE-2024-34351, and their severity has been given as 7.5 (High).  The Response queue poisoning vulnerability exists due to inconsistent interpretation of crafted HTTP requests, which are meant to be […]

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