Possible Secret Key Found


Kayran has detected a Possible Secret Key.
These Secret Keys could belong to either a User or and Admin on your System.

That means that the product exposes sensitive information to an actor that is not explicitly authorized to have access to that information.

Attackers could find and use these Keys to initiate actions on behalf of users.
A certain Information Disclosure exists, which could assist attackers in performing attacks against your assets.


If possible, make sure that any Secret Key is not being saved or that it’s not visible to any, unauthorized actors.



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