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Vulnerability Spotlight: Hard-coded Credential Flaw in Moxa ICS Wireless Access Points Identified and Fixed


April 21, 2017 - 0 Comments

Earlier this month, Talos responsibly disclosed a set of vulnerabilities in Moxa ICS wireless access points. While most of the vulnerabilities were addressed in the previous set of advisories, Talos has continued to work with Moxa to ensure all remaining vulnerabilities that Talos identified are patched. Today in coordination with Moxa, Talos is disclosing the TALOS-2016-0231, a hard-coded credential vulnerability that could allow an attacker to gain complete control of the device. Moxa has released a software update to address TALOS-2016-0231 and other bugs.

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