GitLab fixes flaw, keeps you secure with new updates

January 16, 2024
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GitLab has released updates to address multiple security flaws, including a zero-click vulnerability, in its Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE). The zero-click flaw allowed an attacker to take over user accounts by exploiting a feature that allowed password resets with a secondary email address. GitLab also disclosed four other vulnerabilities affecting the service, including incorrect authorization checks, bypassing CODEOWNERS approval, modifying the metadata of signed commits, and improper access control in GitLab Remote Development. The impacted versions of GitLab are 16.1 to 16.1.5, 16.2 to 16.2.8, 16.3 to 16.3.6, 16.4 to 16.4.4, 16.5 to 16.5.5, 16.6 to 16.6.3, and 16.7 to 16.7.1. GitLab has released patched versions to address these vulnerabilities and recommends users to upgrade to the latest releases to receive all security fixes.

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