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Multiple vulnerabilities in ABB 800xA DCS

30 April 2020

The vulnerabilities could allow attackers to remotely compromise hosts, cause denial-of-service conditions or elevate their privileges
Dozens of Siemens industrial devices are affected by DoS vulnerabilities

17 April 2020

Siemens industrial solutions are affected by SegmentSmack and FragmentSmack vulnerabilities, which could lead to device denial of service
Multiple vulnerabilities in Advantech WebAccess/NMS

13 April 2020

If exploited, the vulnerabilities could lead to arbitrary code execution, file manipulations, denial of service and the creation of an admin account
Multiple vulnerabilities in WAGO PLCs

20 December 2019

Nine vulnerabilities have been identified in WAGO PFC200 and PFC100 PLCs. They could lead to arbitrary code execution or cause denial of service
Multiple vulnerabilities in Modicon controllers

19 December 2019

If exploited, the vulnerabilities could result in denial of service. They can be fixed by updating device firmware
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
Vulnerability in Cisco IOS and IOS XE affecting industrial routers

01 October 2019

Affected devices include Cisco 800 Series industrial routers and Cisco 1000 Series Connected Grid Routers (CGR 1000)
Multiple vulnerabilities identified in Red Lion Controls Crimson software

11 September 2019

Successful exploitation of the vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code, crash the device or view protected data
Software vulnerabilities in EZ Touch Editor and EZ PLC Editor

11 September 2019

Exploitation of the vulnerabilities could lead to remote code execution