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Here is my commentary on the latest headlines in OT & IoT security.
ICS Advisory (ICSA-20-240-01) Red Lion N-Tron 702-W, 702M12-W
SCADAfence Research - ICS Ethernet Switches used in Industrial Networks by manufacturer Red Lion are exposed to Remote Command Injection. The switches types are 702-W and 702M12-W. Read More
SCADAfence Research - IOT Routers made by MoFi network are vulnerable to Remote Code Execution vulnerabilities. The series affected is MOFI4500, which includes several routers which includes WIFI and 4g capabilities. Companies utilizing such routers for mobile or remote connectivity should check their devices for updates. Read More
BLURtooth Vulnerability Lets Attackers Defeat Bluetooth Encryption
SCADAfence Research - IOT BLURtooth vulnerability exposes new generations of bluetooth-enabled devices to MITM attacks. Academic researchers have discovered that certain implementations of Bluetooth 4.0 to 5.0 suffer from weak key generation and thus allow MITM to take place. Read More
Netwalker Ransomware Hits Pakistan's Largest Private Power Utility
SCADAfence Research - Netwalker Ransomware hits the largest private power company in Pakistan. The ransomware caused disruption in billing and online services. Read More
Windows Zerologon PoC Exploits Allow Domain Takeover. Patch This Now!
SCADAfence Research - A PoC was released for the Zerologon vulnerability, which allows attackers to gain Domain Admin privileges and take over windows domain environments. The vulnerability CVE-2020-1472 was patched by Microsoft in the last August update. The vulnerability occurs when an attempt to login as a domain administrator is made, and a spoofed response is sent to the client telling the login succeeded. The vulnerability relies on the fact that it is possible to fallback to unencrypted RPC, and after that, using a security flaw found in Netlogon AES-CFB8 cryptographic negotiation. Please read more for the full article & the POC code. Read More
Ransomware Attack at German Hospital Leads to Death of Patient
SCADAfence Research - Ransomware attack at a German hospital leads to the death of a patient. The ransomware attack lead to the situation where emergency care could not occur at the hospital, and a patient in a life-threatening condition died after being forced to go to a more distant hospital. Read More
ICS Advisory (ICSA-13-011-01)
SCADAfence Research - Devices running CoDeSys are vulnerable to read/write any files on devices running it. Also devices running CoDeSys require no authentication by default, making attackers able to change the device configuration. Read More
The Windows XP Source Code Was Allegedly Leaked Online
SCADAfence Research - Windows XP Source code was leaked online, and can be downloaded by a torrent. The leaked source code may help attackers find new, yet unknown, vulnerabilities in, even new, Windows operating systems. Read More
Ransomware Hits US-Based Arthur J. Gallagher Insurance Giant
SCADAfence Research - US-based Arthur J. Gallagher (AJG) global insurance brokerage and risk management firm confirmed a ransomware attack that hit its systems. Read More
UHS Hospitals Hit by Reported Country-Wide Ryuk Ransomware Attack
SCADAfence Research - UHS hospitals hit by reported country-wide Ryuk ransomware attack, shutting down a few of its hospitals.
"After 1min or so of this the computers logged out and shutdown. When you try to power back on the computers they automatically just shutdown. "We have no access to anything computer based including old labs, ekg's, or radiology studies. We have no access to our PACS radiology system." Read More