Hundreds of Java Flaws Patched by Schneider in Trio TView Software

By Eduard Kovacs on July 21, 2017


Energy management and automation solutions giant Schneider Electric was informed by a researcher that its Trio TView software uses a version of Java that was released in 2011 and is affected by hundreds of vulnerabilities.


Researcher Karn Ganeshen informed Schneider that the version of Java Runtime Environment (JRE) used in Trio TView, a management and diagnostics software for industrial radio systems, is outdated and contains numerous vulnerabilities.


JRE 1.6.0 update 27, released in August 2011, is plagued by more than 360 flaws, including security holes that over the past years have been exploited in attacks by both cybercriminals and state-sponsored threat actors. The list includes CVE-2015-4902, CVE-2015-2590 and CVE-2012-4681, all of which were zero-day vulnerabilities at some point.


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