[SecurityWeek] Flaws in Moxa Railway Devices Could Allow Hackers to Cause Disruptions

Railway Communication Devices Made by Moxa Affected by 60 Vulnerabilities

Railway and other types of wireless communication devices made by Taiwan-based industrial networking and automation firm Moxa are affected by nearly 60 vulnerabilities.

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