PyPI, the official third-party software repository for Python packages, is warning about a phishing campaign targeting its users. “We have additionally determined that some maintainers of legitimate projects have been compromised, and malware published as the latest release for those projects. These releases have been removed from PyPI and the maintainer accounts have been temporarily frozen,” the PyPI team noted. The malicious releases that they are currently aware of are: exotel – v0.1.6 spam – … More
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