Python Programming Language Rushed out Upgrade to Tackle Remote Code Vulnerability

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Python Programming Language Rushed out Upgrade to Tackle Remote Code Vulnerability

The Python Software Foundation (PSF) has hurried out upgrade systems to Python 3.8.8 or 3.9.2 to address two essential security flaws, including one that is remotely exploitable but in practical terms can simply be used to tap a machine offline.

The project facilitated the release after receiving unexpected pressure from some worried users about the security flaw.

The Python release team said that since the release applicants’ announcement for 3.9.2 on 3.8.8, they received several queries from end-users urging them to expedite the final statements due to the security content, particularly CVE-2021-3177.

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