Insecure Deserialization Remote Code Execution

Impact: High


Insecure deserialization remote code execution is a critical security vulnerability that occurs when an application deserializes a user-supplied object string without properly verifying its integrity. This vulnerability enables attackers to manipulate the system state and execute arbitrary code remotely, potentially leading to serious security breaches and compromise of the entire system.


To prevent insecure deserialization remote code execution:


Last updated on May 13, 2024

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