Comment/ Industrial security router patched.
By Eduard Kovacs on July 31, 2014
Innominate Security Technologies, a Germany-based company that specializes in communication security components and solutions for industrial networks, has fixed a vulnerability affecting its mGuard series industrial security routers.
According to an advisory from ICS-CERT, the flaw, which has been assigned the CVE-2014-2356 identifier, could be exploited remotely by an unauthenticated attacker to obtain configuration information.
Innominate mGuard devices are designed for protecting industrial Ethernet networks, and for conducting secure remote maintenance of ICS/SCADA systems via the Internet. They're often used in critical infrastructure sectors such as manufacturing, communications, public health and healthcare. The products enable users that are logged in to download a configuration snapshot for diagnostics purposes.
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