The HTTP/2 Rapid Reset flaw, which was exploited to launch record-setting DDoS attacks, requires patching every web server before the problem can be eradicated (Lily Hay Newman/Wired)

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Lily Hay Newman / Wired:
The HTTP/2 Rapid Reset flaw, which was exploited to launch record-setting DDoS attacks, requires patching every web server before the problem can be eradicated  —  Dubbed “HTTP/2 Rapid Reset,” the flaw requires making patches available for virtually every web server around the world before the problem can be eradicated.

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