[SecurityWeek] WAGO Controller Flaws Can Allow Hackers to Disrupt Industrial Processes

A couple of vulnerabilities discovered in industrial controllers made by WAGO, a German company specializing in electrical connection and automation solutions, can be exploited to disrupt technological processes, which in some cases could lead to industrial accidents, according to Russian cybersecurity firm Positive Technologies.

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