PyPl suspends new projects and user sign-ups following flood of malware – Latest trending news

The world’s biggest repository for open-source Python packages, PyPI, disabled new user registrations, and barred existing users from uploading new projects over the weekend, citing an unmanageable flood of malicious code being uploaded to the platform.

In an announcement posted on the PyPI status page, the organization said: “The volume of malicious users and malicious projects being created on the index in the past week has outpaced our ability to respond to it in a timely fashion, especially with multiple PyPI administrators on leave.”

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