F5 issues BIG-IP patches to tackle unauthenticated remote code execution, critical flaws

From zdnet.com

F5 Networks has pushed out patches to tackle four critical vulnerabilities in BIG-IP, one of which can be exploited for unauthenticated remote code execution (RCE) attacks. 

The enterprise networking provider’s BIG-IP applications are enterprise-grade, modular software suites designed for data and app delivery, load balancing, traffic management, and other business functions. 

F5 says that 48 out of Fortune 50 companies are F5 customers. Governments, telecoms firms, financial services, and healthcare providers are counted among clients.

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