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PLC Cycle Time Vulnerability with Multi Vendors

There are mitigations available for an uncontrolled resource consumption vulnerability in programmable logic controllers (PLCs) for ABB, Phoenix Contact, Schneider
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Fix is in for Out-of-Bounds Hole in Siemens Lines

Siemens has upgrades available to handle an out-of-bounds read vulnerability in its CP, SIAMTIC, SIMOCODE, SINAMICS, SITOP, and TIM products,
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Siemens Fixing DoS Issue with OPC UA

Siemens released updates to mitigate a vulnerability in the OPC UA server of several of its industrial products that could
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Windows XP Usage is Declining

Eventhough support for Windows XP ended four years ago, the hugely popular operating system always seemed to hold its own
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PEPPERL+FUCHS Reports WirelessHART Gateway Hole

PEPPERL+FUCHS suggests users should upgrade to new firmware to mitigate a path traversal vulnerability in WirelessHART Gateways, according to a
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ABB: Tips to Start Security Program

By Gregory Hale
Security experts need to stay on top of leading indicators and the latest technologies to keep
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Patch Tuesday: 2 Zero Days Fixed

Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday updates for March handles 64 vulnerabilities, including two Windows Zero Days. One Zero Day a Win32k-related privilege
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Radiflow Automates Vulnerability Mapping, Prioritization

Security provider, Radiflow, added dynamic vulnerability assessment scoring capabilities in the new release of its iSID industrial threat detection solution.
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Cisco Issues Security Update

Cisco fixed 17 security issues, six of which had a criticality label of high, last week in a variety of
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Worker Falls into Cement Mixer; CA Pipe Maker Fined

U.S. Pipe and Foundry Co. is facing $54,160 in fines after a worker fell through an open hatch into a
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