Private IPv4 Address Disclosure
Private IP addresses are used in private networks like local area networks (LANs). A private IP address can reveal information about the IP planning scheme used in the private network. This information does not create any direct impact on the target, though it can help attackers develop their attack.
This information is usually the result of an exception unless it is displayed intentionally. Consider removing it.
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Last updated on February 15, 2021