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Subject [GitHub] [commons-lang] fche commented on pull request #459: (doc): Document public RandomStringUtils exploit
Date Tue, 22 Sep 2020 14:38:06 GMT

fche commented on pull request #459:

   > > Caveat: Instances of [Random](,
upon which the implementation of this class relies, are not cryptographically secure.
   > doesn't lead the reader to conclude the class is not to be used for the purpose of
security and in turn minimally use `SecureRandom` (as stipulated in the `java.util.Random`
javadoc, to which we've linked).
   Any chance of coming around to "let's be secure" as a default position?

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