Dangerous vulnerabilities fixed in Siemens routers and switches
Siemens has closed serious vulnerabilities in its solutions. Affected devices include SCALANCE M875 industrial routers and SCALANCE X switches
DoS vulnerability in SIMATIC S7-400 controllers
A hardware vulnerability in SIMATIC S7-400 CPUs could cause denial-of-service conditions of affected PLCs. Exploitation of the vulnerability does not require user interaction or any privileges
DoS vulnerability in Siemens SIMATIC products
An Improper Input Validation vulnerability has been identified in Siemens SIMATIC industrial automation products. The vulnerability can be exploited by a remote attacker to cause a denial-of-service condition on remote and local communication functionality of the affected products, requiring a system reboot to recover. According to a security advisory published by Siemens, the vulnerability affects...
Critical vulnerability closed in TIM 1531 IRC modules
Siemens has released a new firmware version for TIM 1531 IRC communication modules to close a critical vulnerability in these modules. If exploited, this vulnerability could lead to unauthorized changes in the module’s configuration and a denial of service condition
Improper Input Validation vulnerability in Siemens industrial devices
A vulnerability that could cause a denial-of-service condition has been identified in Siemens industrial solutions. The vulnerability can only be exploited if the attacker is located in the same Ethernet segment as the targeted device
Siemens industrial solutions are affected by vulnerabilities in Intel ME, SPS and TXE technologies
28 industrial solutions by Siemens are affected by vulnerabilities in Intel ME, SPS and TXE technologies. The vendor has released patches for all of these products and made these patches available on its website
Dnsmasq Vulnerabilities Affect Siemens SCALANCE Solutions
Siemens SCALANCE industrial solutions are affected by Dnsmasq vulnerabilities. An attacker could be able to execute arbitrary code or conduct a DoS attack.
Vulnerabilities in Siemens SWT 3000 Devices
Vulnerabilities in Siemens SWT 3000, a system used in the energy sector, allow attackers to gain access to sensitive information, circumvent authentication and conduct a DoS attack.
Siemens Industrial Solutions Are Vulnerable to Denial-of-Service Attacks
Siemens has announced that some of its industrial solutions are vulnerable to DoS attacks. Vulnerable devices include industrial controllers, field devices and shop floor automation systems.
Serious Vulnerabilities Found in Siemens SICAM RTU Modules
Serious vulnerabilities allowing attackers to execute code remotely and bypass authentication have been identified in Siemens SICAM RTU modules. Disabling the integrated web server is recommended to reduce risk.