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New Vulnerabilities Tuesday 15 November

New Alerts for Phoenix Contact, Mitsubishi Electric, Moxa, Google ChromeOS, and Linux.

Phoenix Contact 

A denial of service of the HTTPS management interface of FL MGUARD and TC MGUARD devices can be triggered by a larger number of unauthenticated HTTPS connections, incoming from different source IPs. CVSSv3 score of 7.5
More info. And here.

Mitsubishi Electric 

Arbitrary command execution vulnerability due to OpenSSL vulnerability exists in GT SoftGOT2000. An attacker could execute malicious OS commands by sending a specially crafted certificate. CVSSv3 score of 9.8
More info. And here.


An improper authentication vulnerability in the NE-4100T Series allows a remote attacker to access the device.
More info.


Google has updated ChromeOS LTS with two security fixes rated High.
More info.


SUSE has updated the kernel. More info.
Red Hat has updated the kernel and others. More info.

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