[SecurityWeek] CODESYS Patches Dozen Vulnerabilities in Industrial Automation Products

Industrial automation software provider CODESYS this month informed customers about a dozen vulnerabilities affecting various products. More than half of these flaws were discovered by Cisco Talos and their details were disclosed on Monday.

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