Severe Code Execution Vulnerabilities Affect OpenVPN-Based Applications

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Severe Code Execution Vulnerabilities Affect OpenVPN-Based Applications

Claroty security researchers have raised an alarm for a series of high-risk encryption affecting Open VPN-based virtual private network (VPN) solutions.

The company has listed four security bugs in products from HMS Industrial Networks, the MB line, PerFact, and Siemens that allow attackers to detect hackers by tricking potential victims into visiting a malicious web page.

VPN solutions are designed to give users ways to encrypt the flow of traffic between their devices and a particular network, to ensure that potentially sensitive data is securely transmitted, and OpenVPN is the most common implementation of a VPN solution.

Read More: Securityweek

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