By Eduard Kovacs on June 14, 2018
Siemens this week published five new security advisories describing several vulnerabilities discovered in its switches, routers, building automation products, and medical devices.
One of the advisories covers a high severity flaw that allows an unprivileged attacker to execute arbitrary code with elevated privileges by sending a specially crafted DHCP response to an affected device’s DHCP request. The attacker requires access to the local network segment that hosts the targeted device.
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