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Control Gap Vulnerability Roundup: August 6th to August 12th

This week saw the publication of 576 new CVE IDs. Of those, 80 have not yet been assigned official CVSS scores, however, of the ones that were, approximately 18% were of critical severity, 39% were high, 39% were medium, and 5% were low. Listed below are...

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Control Gap Vulnerability Roundup: July 30th to August 5th

This week saw the publication of 449 new CVE IDs. Of those, 315 have not yet been assigned official CVSS scores, however, of the ones that were, approximately 19% were of critical severity, 22% were high, 59% were medium, and 1% were low. Listed below...

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Control Gap Vulnerability Roundup: July 23rd to 29th

This week saw the publication of 465 new CVE IDs. Of those, 356 have not yet been assigned official CVSS scores, however, of the ones that were, approximately 6% were of critical severity, 37% were high, 52% were medium, and 5% were low. Listed below are...

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Control Gap Vulnerability Roundup: July 16th to 22nd

This week saw the publication of 579 new CVE IDs. Of those, 356 have not yet been assigned official CVSS scores, however, of the ones that were, approximately 6% were of critical severity, 37% were high, 52% were medium, and 5% were low. Listed below are...

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Control Gap Vulnerability Roundup: July 8th to 15th

This week saw the publication of 561 new CVE IDs. Of those, 441 have not yet been assigned official CVSS scores, however, of the ones that were, approximately 26% were of critical severity, 34% were high, 40% were medium, and 0% were low. Listed below...

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Control Gap Vulnerability Roundup: July 1st to 8th

This week saw the publication of 330 new CVE IDs. Of those, 296 have not yet been assigned official CVSS scores, however, of the ones that were, approximately 21% were of critical severity, 48% were high, 31% were medium, and 0% were low. Listed below...

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