Multiple Vulnerabilities Found In Healthcare Software OpenEMR

Alessandro Mascellino reports:

Researchers have found three separate vulnerabilities in OpenEMR, an open-source software for electronic health records and medical practice management.

Clean code experts at Sonar published an advisory Wednesday about the discovered flaws by security researcher Dennis Brinkrolf.

Thanks to responsible disclosure, the vulnerabilities were addressed in October 2022. Anyone using OpenEMR should update to one of the updated versions.

Read more at InfoSecurity.

In 2018, Project Insecurity released their report on 18 vulnerabilities they had found.

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