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7.0.9

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7.0.8

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7.0.7

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7.0.6

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MongoDB version 7.0.6 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-87061 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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7.0.5

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MongoDB version 7.0.5 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-82353, SERVER-84723, and SERVER-87061 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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7.0.4

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MongoDB version 7.0.4 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-82353, SERVER-84723, and SERVER-87061 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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7.0.3

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MongoDB version 7.0.3 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-82353, SERVER-84723, and SERVER-87061 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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7.0.2

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MongoDB version 7.0.2 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, SERVER-84723, and SERVER-87061 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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7.0.1

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MongoDB version 7.0.1 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, SERVER-84723, and SERVER-87061 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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7.0.0

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MongoDB version 7.0.0 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, SERVER-84723, and SERVER-87061 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.14

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6.0.13

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MongoDB version 6.0.13 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.12

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MongoDB version 6.0.12 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.11

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MongoDB version 6.0.11 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.10

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MongoDB version 6.0.10 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.9

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MongoDB version 6.0.9 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.8

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MongoDB version 6.0.8 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.7

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MongoDB version 6.0.7 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.6

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MongoDB version 6.0.6 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.5

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MongoDB version 6.0.5 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.4

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MongoDB version 6.0.4 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.3

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MongoDB version 6.0.3 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.2

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MongoDB version 6.0.2 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.1

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MongoDB version 6.0.1 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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6.0.0

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MongoDB version 6.0.0 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-68511, SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.26

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5.0.25

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5.0.24

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MongoDB version 5.0.24 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.23

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MongoDB version 5.0.23 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.22

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MongoDB version 5.0.22 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.21

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MongoDB version 5.0.21 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.20

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MongoDB version 5.0.20 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.19

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MongoDB version 5.0.19 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.18

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MongoDB version 5.0.18 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.17

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MongoDB version 5.0.17 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.16

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MongoDB version 5.0.16 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.15

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MongoDB version 5.0.15 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.14

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MongoDB version 5.0.14 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.13

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MongoDB version 5.0.13 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.12

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MongoDB version 5.0.12 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.11

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MongoDB version 5.0.11 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.10

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MongoDB version 5.0.10 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-68511, SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.9

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MongoDB version 5.0.9 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-68511, SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.8

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MongoDB version 5.0.8 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-68511, SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.7

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MongoDB version 5.0.7 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-68511, SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.6

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MongoDB version 5.0.6 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-68511, SERVER-77506, SERVER-80203 (if using Time Series collections sharded by metaField embedded objects), SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.5

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MongoDB version 5.0.5 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-68511, SERVER-77506, SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.4

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MongoDB version 5.0.4 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-68511, SERVER-77506, SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.3

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MongoDB version 5.0.3 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-68511, SERVER-77506, SERVER-82353, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.2

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MongoDB version 5.0.2 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-68511, SERVER-77506, SERVER-82353, WT-7984, WT-7995, WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures), and WT-10551 (if relying on incremental backups on Ops Manager or Cloud Manager clusters) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.1

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MongoDB version 5.0.1 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-58936, SERVER-68511, SERVER-77506, SERVER-82353, WT-7984, WT-7995, and WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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5.0.0

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MongoDB version 5.0.0 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-58936, SERVER-68511, SERVER-77506, SERVER-82353, WT-7984, WT-7995, and WT-10461 (if running on ARM64 or POWER system architectures) and consider upgrading to the latest version

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4.4.29

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4.4.28

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MongoDB version 4.4.28 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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4.4.27

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MongoDB version 4.4.27 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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4.4.26

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MongoDB version 4.4.26 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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4.4.25

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MongoDB version 4.4.25 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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4.4.24

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MongoDB version 4.4.24 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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4.4.23

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MongoDB version 4.4.23 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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4.4.22

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MongoDB version 4.4.22 has a critical issue, if you are running this version in production, please familiarize yourself with SERVER-77506, and SERVER-82353 and consider upgrading to the latest version

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