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GDK for Unity: NPM packages to be used with the SpatialOS GDK for Unity

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SpatialOS GDK Core Module.

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CRITICAL

CVE-9517-61572: library: vulnerability title



Package Name: package_name
Installed Version: 1.8.28
Fixed Version: 2.4.10

References: williams-anderson.net richardson.com www.davis-hall.org
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CVE-3374-82993: library: vulnerability title



Package Name: package_name
Installed Version: 1.5.25
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Package Name: package_name
Installed Version: 1.4.44
Fixed Version: 2.7.45

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Installed Version: 1.5.9
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