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New Flaws Expose EVlink Electric Vehicle Charging Stations to Remote Hacking

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Dec
2021
New Flaws Expose EVlink Electric Vehicle Charging Stations to Remote Hacking

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Schneider announced the availability of patches on December 14, when it urged customers to immediately apply patches or mitigations. The flaws have been found to impact EVlink City (EVC1S22P4 and EVC1S7P4), Parking (EVW2, EVF2 and EVP2PE) and Smart Wallbox (EVB1A) devices, as well as some products that have reached end of life.

The vendor has credited researcher Tony Nasr for finding a total of seven vulnerabilities in these charging stations, including one critical and five high-severity issues.

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