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It depends on the vulnerability, and on the threat environment (as is true for every component, not just development ones). Here are a few (generic) examples: A tool that fetches an external script from a specified location, and executes it. Vulnerability: The library fetches the script over HTTPS but does not validate the certificate. Exploitable: YES, a ...


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While running the npm start command and the dev env set to development or running a special command (like npm run dev, where dev is a special script which starts up a local development environment as specified in package.json), which executes the devDependencies specified in the package.json. Of course it's up to the user in some cases to first include the ...


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CVE-2021-41117 explains that the affected versions GitCraken used a weak random number generator to generate key pairs. Therefore, it is possible that identical keypairs may have been created by two different users using the software. So, it is possible that someone else may have the same key pair as one of your users. If that person notices that their ...


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