Protect Your Perl: November 2023 CVEs

On November 25, 2023, the Perl language developers uncovered crucial information regarding two vulnerabilities in recent language releases. Your system’s safety is paramount, and we’re here to guide you through safeguarding your Perl environment.

What You Need to Know:

🔍 Vulnerabilities Unveiled:

  1. CVE-2023-47038: Utilizing regular expressions referring to specific Unicode properties.
  2. CVE-2023-47039: Launching external processes from Perl on Windows systems.

Why Immediate Action Is Vital:

To shield your systems, upgrading to the patched releases is the safest course of action. The patches are designed to eliminate these vulnerabilities without sacrificing any features.

No Feature Loss: Rest assured, the patches have been meticulously crafted to address vulnerabilities without compromising any of your system’s functionalities. Your Perl experience remains intact, only now fortified against potential threats.



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