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PowerShell Universal Templates PowerShell Universal Templates are packages of PowerShell scripts, along with other resources, that can be applied to your environment to automatically enable functionality built by other users. Templates can include features such as custom API endpoints, scripts, and even full dashboards. Templates help accelerate development by providing complete solutions or examples you can use to get started.
Templates have been a little difficult to create and require a running PowerShell Universal instance to properly generate.
Adjusting Focus We’ve been aggressive with our feature release cadence at Ironman Software since the beginning of the company. Innovating at all costs has been a corner stone of what we do and has allowed us to create amazing tools such as PowerShell Universal. That said, this mantra has started to show its limits by sacrificing stability for added functionality. Minor releases are proving to be painful endeavors for our team and customers.
Overview PowerShell Universal 3.x is affected by CVE-2023-21538 in the .NET SDK. Please update to PowerShell Universal 3.7.2 or later.
About CVE-2023-21538 CVE-2023-21538 is a Denial of Service Vulnerability that is present in .NET SDK 6.0.404 or earlier. PowerShell Unviersal 3.x is built on .NET 6. Due to this dependency, PowerShell Universal is also affected by this CVE.
You can learn more about the CVE from Microsoft and their blog post