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New Critical Operational Technology Vulnerabilities Found on NicheStack – Mitigation Advised

INFRA:HALT vulnerabilities impact the closed source TCP/IP stack NicheStack that is used in millions of OT and ICS, especially in the discrete and process manufacturing industries. Among the vulnerabilities are DNS cache poisoning, TCP spoofing, Denial of Service and Remote Code Execution. Successful attacks can result in taking OT and ICS devices offline and having their logic hijacked. Hijacked devices can spread malware to where they communicate on the network.

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