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CISA Adds 66 Vulnerabilities to ‘Must Patch’ List

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Mar
2022
CISA Adds 66 Vulnerabilities to ‘Must Patch’ List

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Introduced in November 2021 alongside Binding Operational Directive (BOD) 22-01, the Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog is meant to raise awareness on security flaws that are being actively exploited in cyberattacks.

Three of the bugs newly added to the catalog were identified and addressed this year, two were resolved last year, and nine in 2020. The remaining vulnerabilities are older, some which were resolved over a decade ago.

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