CVE-2022-27772 Spring Boot versions 2.2.11 was vulnerable to temp directory hijacking.

CVE-2022-27772 Spring Boot versions  2.2.11 was vulnerable to temp directory hijacking.

For more information, see Trend Micro's knowledge base: https://support.trendmicro.com/hc/en-u/articles/20360188-How-can-I-prevent-spring-boot-vulnerabilities. We recommend upgrading to Spring Boot v2.2.11.RELEASE or later.

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Check for the latest version of Spring Boot

Spring Boot Vulnerabilities: How can I prevent them? For more information, see Trend Micro's knowledge base: https://support.trendmicro.com/hc/en-u/articles/20360188-How-can-I-prevent-spring-boot-vulnerabilities. We recommend upgrading to Spring Boot v2.2.11.RELEASE or later.

What is Spring Boot?

Spring Boot is a fast, production-ready way to build a stand-alone or service-oriented enterprise application in Java. Spring Boot automatically handles the tedious work of setting up an application server and managing stack traces, which frees developers to focus on their code. Spring Boot helps you develop applications faster, with less code.

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