Date: 9 November 2021
On 9 November 2021 Siemens published Security Advisories to address vulnerabilities in the following products:
- APOGEE – multiple products, all versions
- Capital VSTAR – multiple versions
- Climatix POL909 (AWM module) – versions prior to V11.34
- Mendix Applications – multiple products and versions
- NucleusRTOS – multiple products and versions
- NX – multiple series and versions
- PSS(R) – multiple products and versions
- SCALANCE W1750D – version V184.108.40.206 and prior
- SENTRON powermanager V3 – all versions
- SICAM 230 – all versions
- SIMATIC – multiple products and versions
- SIMIT Simulation Platform – versions prior to V10.0
- Siveillance Video DLNA Server – version 2019 R1
- TALON – multiple products, all versions
Exploitation of these vulnerabilities could lead to denial-of-service, disclosure of sensitive information, remote code execution, modification of data in transit, privilege escalation and unauthorized access.
The Cyber Centre encourages users and administrators to review the provided web link, perform the suggested mitigations and apply the necessary updates.
Siemens Security Publications
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