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Submission + - 0-day SCADA Flaws Offered For Sale (net-security.org)

Orome1 writes: "Following in the footsteps of French Vupen Security, Malta-based start-up ReVuln has also decided to sell information about zero-day vulnerabilities to companies and governments instead of sharing it with the developers of the flawed software and hardware. In a recently released video, the company has showcased a number of 0-day exploits for SCADA systems and claimed that all the vulnerabilities affect the server-side and are remotely exploitable. According to the company, they discovered vulnerabilities in products by General Electric, Schneider Electric, Kaskad, ABB/Rockwell, Eaton, Siemens and other well known SCADA/HMI vendors."
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0-day SCADA Flaws Offered For Sale

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