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  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Philips' Equipment (30 Aug 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Improper Input Validation, Cross-site Scripting, Information Exposure, Incorrect Default Permissions, Cleartext Transmission of Sensitive Information, Cross-site Request Forgery, Session Fixation, Resource Exhaustion, Use of Hard-coded Credentials have been discovered in Philips' Equipment- Philips e-Alert Unit. Successful exploitation from an attacker within the same subnet may impact or compromise user contact details, unit integrity, and/or unit availability.

  • Vulnerability in Qualcomm Life's Equipment (28 Aug 2018)

    Code Weakness vulnerability has been discovered in Qualcomm Life's Equipment- Capsule Datacaptor Terminal Server (DTS). Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could allow an attacker to execute unauthorized code to obtain administrator-level privileges on the device.

  • Vulnerability in Schneider Electric's Equipment (28 Aug 2018)

    Cross-site Scripting vulnerability has been discovered in Schneider Electric's Equipment- PowerLogic PM5560. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could allow user input to be manipulated, allowing for remote code execution.

  • Vulnerability in ABB's eSOMS Equipment (28 Aug 2018)

    Improper Authentication vulnerability has been discovered in ABB's eSOMS Equipment. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability requires an attacker to discover a valid user account, which could be used to gain access to the application without authentication.

  • Vulnerability Summary (27 Aug 2018)

    Summary of vulnerabilities for the Week of August 20, 2018.

  • Vulnerability in BD's Equipment (23 Aug 2018)

    Improper Authentication vulnerability has been discovered in BD's Equipment- Alaris GS, Alaris GH, Alaris CC, Alaris TIVA. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability may allow a remote attacker to gain unauthorized access to various Alaris Syringe pumps and impact the intended operation of the pump when it is connected to a terminal server via the serial port.

  • Vulnerability in Philips's Equipment (21 Aug 2018)

    Resource Exhaustion vulnerability has been discovered in Philips's Equipment- Philips IntelliVue Information Center iX. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability may result in a denial of service, the operating system will become unresponsive due to the network attack, which will affect the applications ability to meet the intended use.

  • Vulnerability in Yokogawa's Equipment (21 Aug 2018)

    Stack-based Buffer Overflow vulnerability has been discovered in Yokogawa's Equipment- iDefine, STARDOM, ASTPLANNER, and TriFellows. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability may allow arbitrary code execution, or the stopping of the license management function.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Philips' Equipment (16 Aug 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Improper Input Validation, Use of Hard Coded Credentials have been discovered in Philips' Equipment- PageWriter TC10, TC20, TC30, TC50, TC70 Cardiographs. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow buffer overflows, or allow an attacker to access and modify settings on the device.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Emerson's Equipment (16 Aug 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Uncontrolled Search Path Element, Relative Path Traversal, Improper Privilege Management, Stack-Based Buffer Overflow have been discovered in Emerson's Equipment- DeltaV DCS Workstations. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow arbitrary code execution, malware injection, or malware to spread to other workstations.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Tridium's Equipment (16 Aug 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Path Traversal, Improper Authentication have been discovered in Tridium's Equipment- Niagara. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could crash the device being accessed; a buffer overflow condition may allow remote code execution.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Philips' Equipment (14 Aug 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Improper Privilege Management, Unquoted Search Path or Element have been discovered in Philips' Equipment- Philips’ IntelliSpace Cardiovascular (ISCV) products. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker with local access and users privileges to the ISCV/Xcelera server to escalate privileges on the ISCV/Xcelera server and execute arbitrary code.

  • Vulnerability in Siemens' SIMATIC STEP 7 (TIA Portal) and SIMATIC WinCC (TIA Portal) Equipment (14 Aug 2018)

    Incorrect Default Permissions vulnerability has been discovered in Siemens' Equipment. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities may allow an attacker with local file write access to manipulate files and cause a denial-of-service-condition, or execute code both on the manipulated installation as well as devices configured using the manipulated installation.

  • Vulnerability in Siemens' Industrial Products Equipment (14 Aug 2018)

    Cleartext Transmission of Sensitive Information vulnerability has been discovered in Siemens' Industrial Products Equipment. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could result in unencrypted data being transmitted by the SSL/TLS record layer.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Siemens' Equipment (14 Aug 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Relative Path Traversal, Improper Input Validation have been discovered in Siemens' Equipment- Automation License Manager. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow remote code execution or allow an attacker to determine port status on another remote system.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Crestron's Equipment (09 Aug 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as OS Command Injections, Improper Access Control, Insufficiently Protected Credentials have been discovered in Crestron's Equipment- TSW-X60 and MC3. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities may allow remote code execution with escalated system privileges.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in NetComm Wireless' Equipment (09 Aug 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Information Exposure, Cross-site Request Forgery, Cross-site Scripting, Information Exposure through Directory Listing have been discovered in NetComm Wireless' Equipment- 4G LTE Light Industrial M2M Router. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow for the exposure of sensitive information.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Medtronic's Equipment (07 Aug 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Insufficient Verification of Data Authenticity, Storing Passwords in a Recoverable Format have been discovered in Medtronic's Equipment- MyCareLink Patient Monitor. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities may allow an attacker with physical access to obtain per-product credentials that are utilized to authenticate data uploads and encrypt data at rest.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Delta Electronics' Equipment (07 Aug 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Stack-based Buffer Overflow, Out-of-Bounds Read have been discovered in Delta Electronics' Equipment- CNCSoft and ScreenEditor. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to gain remote code execution with administrator privileges.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in WECON's Equipment (31 July 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Stack-based Buffer Overflow, Heap-based Buffer Overflow have been discovered in WECON's Equipment- LeviStudioU. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to execute remote code.

  • Vulnerability in Johnson Controls' Equipment (31 July 2018)

    Information Exposure Through an Error Message vulnerability has been discovered in Johnson Controls' Equipment- Metasys and BCPro. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could allow an attacker to obtain technical information about the Metasys or BCPro server, allowing an attacker to target a system for attack.

  • Vulnerability in Davolink's Equipment (31 July 2018)

    Use of Password Hash With Insufficient Computational Effort vulnerability has been discovered in Davolink's Equipment- DVW-3200N. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability may result in a remote attacker obtaining the password to the device.

  • Vulnerability in AVEVA's Equipment (19 July 2018)

    Stack-based Buffer Overflow vulnerability has been discovered in AVEVA's Equipment- InduSoft Web Studio and InTouch Machine Edition. The listed products are vulnerable only if the TCP/IP Server Task is enabled. A remote attacker could send a carefully crafted packet during a tag, alarm, or event related action such as read and write, which may allow remote code execution.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Echelon's Equipment (19 July 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Information Exposure, Authentication Bypass Using an Alternate Path or Channel, Unprotected Storage of Credentials, Cleartext Transmission of Sensitive Information have been discovered in Echelon's Equipment- SmartServer 1, SmartServer 2, i.LON 100, i.LON 600. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow for remote code execution on the device.

  • Vulnerability in Moxa's Equipment (19 July 2018)

    Resource Exhaustion vulnerability has been discovered in Moxa's Equipment- NPort 5210, 5230, 5232. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could allow a remote attacker to send TCP SYN packages, causing a resource exhaustion condition that would cause the device to become unavailable.

  • Vulnerability in ABB's Equipment (17 July 2018)

    Improper Input Validation has been discovered in ABB's Equipment- Panel Builder 800. An attacker could exploit the vulnerability by tricking a user to open a specially crafted file, allowing the attacker to insert and run arbitrary code. This vulnerability requires user interaction, and the exploit is only triggered when a local user runs the affected product and loads the specially crafted file.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in WAGO's Equipment (17 July 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Cross-site Scripting, Unrestricted Upload of File with Dangerous Type, and Incorrect Permissions for Critical Resource have been discovered in WAGO's Equipment- e!DISPLAY Web-Based-Management (WBM). Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to execute code in the context of the user, execute code within the user’s browser, place malicious files within the filesystem, and replace existing files to allow privilege escalation.

  • Vulnerability in VisuNet RM, VisuNet PC, Box Thin Client(BTC) (17 July 2018)

    Improper Authentication vulnerability has been discovered in VisuNet RM, VisuNet PC, Box Thin Client (BTC). Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could allow attackers to intercept sensitive communications, establish a man-in-the-middle attack, achieve administrator privileges, and execute remote code.

  • Vulnerability in Eaton's Equipment (12 July 2018)

    Stack-based Buffer Overflow vulnerability has been discovered in Eaton's Equipment- 9000X Drive. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability may allow remote code execution.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in SEL's Equipment (10 July 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Incorrect Default Permissions, XXE, Resource Exhaustion have been discovered in SEL's Equipment- Compass and AcSELerator Architect. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow modification/replacement of files within the Compass installation directory, disclosure of information, or denial of service.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Universal Robots' Equipment (10 July 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Use of Hard-coded Credentials, Missing Authentication for Critical Function have been discovered in Universal Robots' Equipment- Robot Controllers. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow a remote attacker to run arbitrary code on the device.

  • Cyber Security Advisory on Trickbot (11 July 2018)

    Cyber Security Advisory on Trickbot Malware, a variant of Dridex which is distributed through email campaign.

  • Advisories and Patches for June 2018 (05 July 2018)

    A consolidated list of various Advisories and Patches released during the month of June 2018.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Rockwell Automation 's Equipment (03 July 2018)

    Improper Input Validation, Improper Certificate Validation and Resource Management Errors vulnerabilities have been discovered in Rockwell Automation 's Equipment- Allen-Bradley Stratix 5950. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to bypass client certification to create connections to the affected device or cause the device to crash.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Delta Industrial Automation DOPSoft Equipment (31 May 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Out-of-bounds Read, Heap-based Buffer Overflow, Stack-based Buffer Overflow have been discovered in Delta Electronics' Equipment- Delta Industrial Automation DOPSoft. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow a remote attacker to read sensitive information, execute arbitrary code, and/or crash the application.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in GE's Equipment (31 May 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Improper Authentication, Improper Restriction of XML External Entity Reference, Relative Path Traversal have been discovered in GE's Equipment- MDS PulseNET and MDS PulseNET Enterprise. Exploitation of these vulnerabilities may allow elevation of privilege and exfiltration of information on the host platform.

  • Vulnerability in Yokogawa's Equipment (31 May 2018)

    Hard-coded Credentials vulnerability has been discovered in Yokogawa's Equipment- STARDOM Controllers. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could allow an attacker to gain access to the affected device, which could result in remote code execution.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in BeaconMedaes Equipment (24 May 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Improper Access Control, Insufficiently Protected Credentials and Unprotected Storage of Credentials have been discovered in BeaconMedaes Equipment- TotalAlert Scroll Medical Air Systems web application. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to view and potentially modify some device information and web application setup information.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Schneider Electric's Equipment (24 May 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Heap-based Buffer Overflow, Improper Restriction of Operations within the Bounds of a Memory Buffer and Open Redirect have been discovered in Schneider Electric's Equipment- Floating License Manager. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could cause a denial of service, allow arbitrary execution of code with system level privileges, or send users to arbitrary websites.

  • VPNFilter Malware (23 May 2018)

  • Darkhotel IOC (22 May 2018)

  • Vulnerability in BD Kiestra and InoqulA systems (22 May 2018)

    Product UI does not Warn User of Unsafe Actions vulnerability has been discovered in BD Kiestra and InoqulA systems. Successful exploitation of this vulnerabiliy may lead to loss or corruption of data.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Martem's Equipment (22 May 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Missing Authentication for Critical Function, Resource Exhaustion and Cross-Site Scripting have been discovered in Martem's TELEM-GW6/GWM. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow execution of unauthorized industrial process control commands, denial of service, or client-side code execution.

  • Vulnerability in Medtronic Equipment (17 May 2018)

    Missing Encryption of Sensitive Data vulnerability has been discovered in Medtronic N'Vision Clinician Programmer. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability may allow an attacker with physical access to an 8870 N’Vision Compact Flash card to access information.

  • Improper Input Validation vulnerability in GE Equipments (17 May 2018)

    Vulnerability in PACSystems CPE305/310, CPE330, CPE400, RSTi-EP CPE 100, CPU320/CRU320, RXi has been discovered. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could cause the device to reboot and change its state, causing the device to become unavailable.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in PHOENIX CONTACT's Equipment (17 May 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Command Injection, Information Exposure, Stack-based Buffer Overflow have been discovered in PHOENIX CONTACT's FL SWITCH 3xxx/4xxx/48xx Series. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow for remote code execution and information disclosure.

  • Vulnerability in Siemens' Equipment (17 May 2018)

    Improper Input Validation vulnerability has been discovered in Siemens' SINAMIC S7-400 CPU. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could cause a denial-of-service condition of the CPU. The CPU will remain in DEFECT mode until a manual restart is performed.

  • Vulnerability in Delta Electronics' Equipment (17 May 2018)

    Heap-based Buffer Overflow vulnerability has been discovered in Delta Electronics' Equipment - Delta Industrial Automation TPEditor. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could crash the accessed device, resulting in a buffer overflow condition that may allow remote code execution.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Advantech's WebAccess (15 May 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as SQL Injection, Improper Authorization, Path Traversal, Heap-based Buffer Overflow, Stack-based Buffer Overflow, Untrusted Pointer Dereference, Improper Privilege Management, and External Control of File Name or Path have been discovered in Advantech's WebAccess. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to disclose sensitive information from the host and/or target, execute arbitrary code, or delete files.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Philips Brilliance Computed Tomography (CT) System (03 May 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Execution with Unnecessary Privileges, Exposure of Resource to Wrong Sphere and Use of Hard-coded Credentials have been discovered in Philips Brilliance CT Scanners. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities may allow an attacker to attain elevated privileges and access unauthorized system resources, including access to execute software or to view/update files including patient health information (PHI), directories, or system configuration.

  • Multiple vulnerabilities in Lantech IDS 2102 (03 May 2018)

    Multiple vulnerabilities such as Improper Input Validation and Stack-based Buffer Overflow have been discovered in Lantech IDS 2102. Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code on the system through crafting malicious input.