Teltonika, a manufacturer of industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices, has been found to have security vulnerabilities in its RUT9XX series routers.
Cybersecurity firm Cybereason discovered weaknesses such as weak default credentials, unencrypted firmware updates, and the ability for attackers to execute arbitrary commands on the devices remotely.
Over 100,000 vulnerable Teltonika routers are estimated to be deployed globally, making them an attractive target for cybercriminals.
Teltonika has been informed about the vulnerabilities, and users are advised to contact the company for guidance on securing their devices.
Read more: Teltonika Vulnerabilities Could Expose Thousands of Industrial Organizations to Remote Attacks
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