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Flaws Fixed, Mitigations Issued for Discontinued Devices Mihir Bagwe • September 4, 2021 Moxa has confirmed patching 60 vulnerabilities in its latest firmware update. (Source: Moxa)
SEC Consult, a cybersecurity consultancy firm that is part of Atos, has reportedly found multiple vulnerabilities in several Moxa devices used in various critical infrastructures including railways, manufacturing, cellular and other heavy industries. Moxa has confirmed patching 60 vulnerabilities in its latest firmware update and has issued mitigation advice for affected but discontinued devices.
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Moxa network devices are prone to vulnerabilities affecting manufacturing companies, (critical) infrastructure and heavy industry https://t.co/6eZRRcD5sn (CVE-2015-0235) @MoxaInc @IoTInspector #infosec #IndustrialAutomation #IIoT pic.twitter.com/YPOn4ugYtV
— SEC Consult (@sec_consult) September 1, 2021
According to SEC Consult, “Multiple devices developed by MOXA Inc. are prone to different