Claroty finds vulnerability in communications between Rockwell PLCs and engineering stations

The research team at industrial cybersecurity company Claroty have found the presence of a severe vulnerability that affects communications between Rockwell Automation programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and engineering stations. Exploiting the flaw enables an attacker to remotely connect to almost any of the company’s Logix PLCs, and upload malicious code, download information from the PLC,
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