Critical Vulnerabilities have been Discovered in Remote Access Software

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Remote Access Software

Researchers from a leading Israeli operational technology (OT) company have recently discovered a few critical vulnerabilities in two of the most popular industrial remote access software solutions. These flaws can be exploited to access the production floors of industries, breaking into company networks, tampering with data, or stealing highly sensitive trade secrets.

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These Otorio researchers discovered the vulnerabilities in various remote access systems made by B&R Automation, an Austrian process control and automation technology company, and in mbConnect24 software made by mbConnect Line.

Otorio, headquartered in Tel Aviv, delivers next-generation secured IoT, OT, industrial control systems security, and digital risk management solutions.

Source: infosecurity