[SecurityWeek] Cisco Discloses Details of Critical Advantech Router Tool Vulnerabilities

Cisco’s Talos threat intelligence and research unit has disclosed the details of several critical vulnerabilities affecting a router monitoring application made by Taiwan-based industrial and IoT solutions provider Advantech.

The affected tool is R-SeeNet, which is designed to help network administrators monitor their Advantech routers.

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