Rockwell Patches RSLinx Classic Hole

Rockwell Automation has a patch available to mitigate an incorrect permission assignment for critical resource vulnerability in its RSLinx Classic, according to a report with CISA. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability, discovered by Applied Risk, could allow...

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COVID-19 Effects on Safety Operations

By Gregory Hale Cybersecurity issues remain a top issue during the COVID-19 pandemic, but little has been said about the safety ramifications industrial operations are facing as they undergo production slowdowns and reduced operations. With more companies operating...

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Accenture Deals for IT, OT Security Provider

Accenture acquired privately held Revolutionary Security, which focuses on enterprise cybersecurity for information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) environments. Revolutionary Security’s services portfolio includes assessment and testing, design and...

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KUKA Clears Sim Pro Vulnerability

KUKA updated its Sim Pro to handle an improper enforcement of message integrity during transmission in a communication channel vulnerability, according to a report with CISA. Successful exploitation of this remotely exploitable vulnerability, discovered by Federico...

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Fuji Fixes V-Server Lite Hole

Fuji Electric released a new version to handle a heap-based buffer overflow in its V-Server Lite, according to a report from CISA. Successful exploitation of this remotely exploitable vulnerability, discovered by kimiya working with Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative,...

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HMS Networks Fixes eWON Flexy, Cosy Hole

HMS Networks has new firmware to handle a cross-site scripting vulnerability in its eWON Flexy and Cosy, according to a report with CISA. Successful exploitation of this remotely exploitable vulnerability, discovered by Ander Martínez of Titanium Industrial Security...

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GE Digital Fixes CIMPLICITY Vulnerability

GE Digital released a new version to mitigate an improper privilege management vulnerability in its CIMPLICITY, according to a report with CISA. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability, discovered by Sharon Brizinov of Claroty, could allow an attacker to modify...

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Advantech Fixes Multiple WebAccess/NMS Holes

Advantech has a new version available to handle multiple vulnerabilities in its WebAccess/NMS, according to a report with CISA. The remotely exploitable vulnerabilities include unrestricted upload of file with dangerous type, SQL injection, relative path traversal,...

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Microsoft Zero Trust Assessment Tool Available

Microsoft released a tool in an effort to help companies participate in zero trust security. “With such a large influx of employees working remotely, many of the traditional network-based security controls are unable to protect the organization,” said Nupur Goyal,...

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Man Arrested for Mask, Sanitizer Fraud

A 39-year old man ended up arrested in Singapore for his suspected involvement in money laundering linked to a business email scam-related to COVID-19, said officials at Europol. This man apparently was using the identity of a legitimate company and advertised the...

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FBI Warns of Teleconferencing Hijacking

As more workers turn to video-teleconferencing (VTC) platforms to stay connected in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, reports of VTC hijacking (also called “Zoom-bombing”) are emerging, federal law enforcement officials said. The FBI has received multiple reports of...

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Shrimp Shut Down Nuclear Plant

The power-generating units of a nuclear plant in southern China were shut down twice last week after its water filters were blocked by masses of small shrimp, the safety regulator said. Huge groups of the tiny acetes – krill-like shrimp that are just a few centimeters...

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COVID-19 Attacks a Global Issue

Attackers taking advantage of COVID-19 is truly a global phenomenon. Whether it is in the United States, Asia, South America, Australia, or Europe, criminals have been quick to seize opportunities to exploit the crisis by adapting their operations and engaging in new...

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Keeping KS Wastewater Plant Expansion Safe

Safety doesn’t have to be onerous, if it is built in from the beginning and remains under continuous monitoring. That is exactly what is happening at the Tomahawk Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility in Leawood, Kansas. Tomahawk Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility...

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Education Needed for Ransomware Attacks: Report

Employees across business organizations of all sizes and industries lack a basic knowledge of the increasingly popular ransomware, a new study found. In fact, 45 percent of business employee respondents in North America (U.S. and Canada) said they would not know the...

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B&R Fixes Automation Studio Holes

B&R Automation has product updates available to handle improper privilege management, missing required cryptographic step, and path traversal vulnerabilities in its Automation Studio, according to a report with CISA. Successful exploitation of these remotely...

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BD Handles Pyxis System Hole

Becton, Dickinson and Company (BD) has a mitigation and compensating controls for a protection mechanism failure in its Pyxis MedStation and Pyxis Anesthesia (PAS) ES System, according to a report with CISA. The affected BD medical devices utilize a method of software...

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Hirschmann Fixes Buffer Overflow

Hirschmann Automation and Control GmbH, a division of Belden Inc., has an update and a workaround to handle a classic buffer overflow in its HiOS and HiSecOS, according to a report with CISA. Successful exploitation of this remotely exploitable vulnerability,...

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Mitsubishi Plan to Handle MELSEC Hole

Mitsubishi Electric has a suggested plan for how users can handle an uncontrolled resource consumption vulnerability in its MELSEC, according to a report with CISA. Successful exploitation of this remotely exploitable vulnerability, discovered by Rongkuan Ma, Jie...

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Shipping Firm Fined for Oily Discharge

Unix Line PTE Ltd., a Singapore-based shipping company, that pleaded guilty late last month to dumping oily bilge water in the ocean received a sentence last Friday to pay a fine of $1. 65 million and end up on probation for four years, and must implement a...

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