#Security tip ⚠️ :
Regularly search for the following codepoints in your source code:
U+202A, U+202B, U+202C, U+202D, U+202E, U+2066, U+2067, U+2068, U+2069
more context here:
Your source code don't need to be Rust to be affected by this vulnerability.
#Rust has fixed it in 1.56.1, though, so time to update if you can.
Strings are ugly! 😬
@janriemer yeah, that's what I was wondering in your previous toot, if it is this
So right, not only Rust is affected. Seems like anything that has comments and stores code in UTF is.
But as you pointed out, it is easy to search for, or even flatly block out these characters.
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