[HackerNews] BadAlloc Flaw Affects BlackBerry QNX Used in Millions of Cars and Medical Devices

A major vulnerability affecting older versions of BlackBerry’s QNX Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) could allow malicious actors to cripple and gain control of a variety of products, including cars, medical, and industrial equipment.
The shortcoming (CVE-2021-22156, CVSS score: 9.0) is part of a broader collection of flaws, collectively dubbed BadAlloc, that was originally disclosed by

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