Patch Management / Vulnerable JavaScript Dependency

Web and API


Vulnerable JavaScript Dependency is a type of software vulnerability related to the use of third-party JavaScript libraries. This type of vulnerability occurs when an application uses JavaScript libraries that have been published to public repositories, such as the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) directory. This type of vulnerability is a form of Patch Management, and is commonly found in Web and API applications. The OWASP Testing Guide provides further information on how to detect and address this type of vulnerability.


Vulnerable JavaScript Dependency is a critical vulnerability as it can lead to serious security risks such as data loss and system compromise. In terms of risk assessment, this vulnerability is categorized as High, as it has the potential to result in significant damage.


The best way to mitigate the risk associated with Vulnerable JavaScript Dependency is to ensure that all JavaScript libraries used in your application are up to date and that any known vulnerabilities are addressed in a timely manner. Additionally, it is important to ensure that any third-party libraries that are used are regularly monitored for any security updates.

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