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Individuals using Fortinet FortiClient for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux may be vulnerable to having their encrypted VPN credentials stolen and decrypted. This attack would allow threat actors to access any material that the user could access over a VPN connection. The vulnerable versions include version 4.4.2332 on Linux, version 22.214.171.1245 on Windows as well as version 126.96.36.1993 on Mac OSX. A consulting company discovered the vulnerability earlier this year and, after assisting Fortinet with patching the issues, has released its technical review .