Feb. 6, 2024, 2:17 p.m. | Eswar

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Bazel, an open-source software used for automation of building and testing, has been discovered with a critical supply chain vulnerability that could allow a threat actor to inject malicious code into the Bazel codebase, create a backdoor, and affect the production environment of anyone that uses Bazel. Researchers stated that millions of projects that use […]

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