[BleepingComputer] INFRA:HALT security bugs impact critical industrial control devices

High-severity and critical vulnerabilities collectively referred to as INFRA:HALT are affecting all versions of NicheStack below 4.3, a proprietary TCP/IP stack used by at least 200 industrial automation vendors, many in the leading segment of the market. […]

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