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Vulnerability Affects Type Published
H pandora-doomsday * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H test-module-a * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H shrugging-logging * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H sdfjghlkfjdshlkjdhsfg * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H anarchy * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H mktmpio * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H botbait * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H ikst * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H subtitles-lib * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H npm_scripts_test_metrics * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H npm-exploit * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H harmlesspackage * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H deasyncp * npm 17 Sep, 2017
H maybemaliciouspackage * npm 17 Sep, 2017
M content <3.0.6 npm 13 Sep, 2017
M dns-sync * npm 10 Sep, 2017
M charset <1.0.1 npm 10 Sep, 2017
M no-case <2.3.2 npm 10 Sep, 2017
H safe-eval * npm 06 Sep, 2017
H fs-git <1.0.2 npm 30 Aug, 2017
H ua-parser * npm 30 Aug, 2017
H pg < 2.11.2 || >= 3.0.0 < 3.6.4 || >= 4.0.0 < 4.5.7 || >= 5.0.0 < 5.2.1 || >= 6.0.0 < 6.0.5 || >= 6.1.0 < 6.1.6 || >= 6.2.0 < 6.2.5 || >= 6.3.0 < 6.3.3 || >= 6.4.0 < 6.4.2 || >= 7.0.0 < 7.0.2 || >= 7.1.0 < 7.1.2 npm 13 Aug, 2017
L mysql <2.14.0 npm 08 Aug, 2017
H js-quantities <1.6.4 npm 02 Aug, 2017
H js-quantities <1.7.0 npm 02 Aug, 2017
M foundation-sites <6.0.0 npm 02 Aug, 2017
H xxf11 * npm 02 Aug, 2017
H tkinter <= 1.0.2 npm 02 Aug, 2017
H srverqq * npm 02 Aug, 2017
H sqlserver <= 1.0.2 npm 02 Aug, 2017

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