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Multiple vulnerabilities in SPPA-T3000 components

18 December 2019

Vulnerabilities have been identified in SPPA-T3000 Application Server and MS3000 Migration Server. Some of the faults are critical and could allow attackers to execute arbitrary code on the server
Multiple vulnerabilities in Siemens products

17 December 2019

Vulnerable solutions include SiNVR 3, XHQ Operations Intelligence, RUGGEDCOM ROS, and Siemens EN100
Dangerous vulnerabilities in Siemens TIA Administrator, SIMATIC WinCC and PCS7

16 July 2019

Vulnerabilities can lead to a denial-of-service condition and command execution without proper authentication
Critical vulnerabilities identified by Kaspersky Lab have been corrected in Siemens SIMATIC WinCC and SIMATIC PCS 7

20 May 2019

Multiple vulnerabilities could lead to arbitrary code and command execution on a target system and a denial-of-service condition
Critical vulnerabilities in Siemens SINUMERIK controllers

14 December 2018

Exploitation of vulnerabilities in Siemens SINUMERIK controllers cold allow remote code execution, privilege escalation and device denial-of-service conditions
Web vulnerabilities in Siemens SIMATIC operator panels

16 November 2018

The most serious of the vulnerabilities could allow arbitrary files to be downloaded from the device
Vulnerabilities in Siemens industrial products

16 November 2018

The most dangerous of the vulnerabilities affect the SIMATIC S7-400 CPU family and the SIMATIC IT Production Suite software package. The vulnerabilities have been fixed for most of the affected products
Siemens fixes new vulnerabilities in its products

12 October 2018

Vulnerable products include ROX II operating system, SIMATIC S7-1200 CPU family, SCALANCE W1750D access point and some SIMATIC PLCs
Dangerous vulnerabilities in Siemens industrial solutions

20 September 2018

Newly identified vulnerabilities affect SIMATIC WinCC OA HMI system, SCALANCE X switches and TD Keypad Designer tool
DoS vulnerabilities in SIPROTEC 5 relays and EN100 communication module

17 July 2018

DoS vulnerabilities have been identified in Siemens SIPROTEC 5 relays and the EN100 communication module. These vulnerabilities can be exploited by a remote attacker without requiring any privileges or user interaction