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Vulnerabilities since May 11, 2023
|41||Felipe Restrepo Rodriguez||1|
|46||Nguyen Anh Tien||1|
|48||Etan Imanol Castro Aldrete||1|
|50||OZ1NG (TOOR, LISA)||1|
|61||Mateus Machado Tesser||1|
|66||Le Hong Minh||1|
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