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The flaws can be exploited to gain unauthorized access or cause denial-of-service conditions.
The tool can be used to add malicious functionality to legitimate applications, researchers from Symantec said.
'Satoshi Nakamoto' has allegedly gone from an assumed pseudonym to an identified senior in California.
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