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|Researcher||Alexander Nochvay, Kaspersky Lab ICS CERT|
|Description||User Enumeration in Moxa ThingsPro IIoT Gateway and Device Management Software.|
|Impact||A remote attacker can find valid users in web applications and use brute force to exploit this vulnerability to find the corresponding password.|
|CVSS v3 Base Score:||7.5|
|Existence of exploit||Unknown|
|Affected products||Moxa ThingsPro v. 2.1|
|Vendor mitigation||Use stronger password, for example:
Moxa has addressed these vulnerabilities with a new firmware release for ThingsPro Gateway Edition 2.3, please contact your sales representative to get the firmware.
|Timeline||Jan 2018 – Vulnerabilities reported
Oct 2018 – Vendor releases patch
Oct 2018 – Advisory published