[SecurityWeek] New Open Source Tool Helps Identify EtherNet/IP Stacks for ICS Research, Analysis

Industrial cybersecurity firm Claroty on Wednesday announced a new open source tool designed for identifying EtherNet/IP stacks.

According to the company, the new “EtherNet/IP & CIP Stack Detector” tool can be useful to security researchers, operational technology (OT) engineers, and asset owners.

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