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New Vulnerabilities Tuesday 28 February

New Alerts for WAGO, ABB, IBM, ASUS, HCL Software, and Linux.


The Web-Based Management of WAGOs programmable logic controller is typically used for administration, commissioning and updates. A remote attacker can write data with root privileges or perform reflected XSS attacks. Highest CVSSv3 score of 9.8
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Hitachi's IEC 61850 communication stack is used in the AC 800PEC and AC 800PEC based-products. A remote attacker could force the IEC 61850 MMS-server communication stack to stop accepting new MMS-client connections, resulting in a DoS. CVSSv3 score of 5.9 No patches yet.
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Six Bash vulnerabilities were disclosed in September 2014. Bash is used by IBM SAN b-type Switches. Highest CVSSv3 score of 10
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ASUS ASMB8 iKVM firmware contains a vulnerability where SNMPv2 can be used with write access to introduce arbitrary extensions to achieve remote code execution as root. The researchers also discovered a hardcoded administrative account.
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HCL Software 

HCL Connections has updated IBM Websphere Application Server to correct two vulnerabilities. Highest CVSSv3 score of 8.1
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Red Hat has updated the kernel and kpatch. More info.
Oracle Linux has updated sudo. More info.

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