The following SecurID Authentication Manager releases contain resolutions to these vulnerabilities:
SecurID Authentication Manager 8.6 Patch 3 and later
SecurID Authentication Manager 8.6 Patch 3 web-tier server and later
SecurID recommends all customers upgrade at the earliest opportunity.
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