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Industrial gas detectors vulnerable to a remote ‘attacker with low skill’

07
Dec
2015
Industrial gas detectors vulnerable to a remote ‘attacker with low skill’

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Users of Honeywell’s Midas and Midas Black gas detectors are being urged to patch their firmware to protect against a pair of critical, remotely exploitable vulnerabilities.

These extremely serious vulnerabilities, found by researcher Maxim Rupp and reported by ICS-CERT (the Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team) in advisory ICSA-15-309-02, are simple enough to be exploited by an “attacker with low skill”:

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