Up to 28 million users potentially affected by backdoor vulnerability in popular web development tool

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Warning over compromised 'bootstrap-sass' development package published on the RubyGems repository

A backdoor vulnerability in a popular open-source framework claiming 28 million users has been uncovered - although the malicious version was downloaded just 1,470 times.   According to security...

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