Yes, it can happen with our fix logic. When looking for upgrade paths, our fix checks against the vulnerabilities that were detected in the original project tree.
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- Cannot create a Fix PR
- Can patching break my code?
- Failed to detect issues
- Failed to update the yarn.lock, please update manually before merging.
- Fixed in version vs. fixable attribute in vulnerabilities
- How are Snyk patches created?
- How are Snyk patches tested?
- Is it possible that a fix pull request could introduce new vulnerabilities?
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