Date: 9 November 2021
On 9 November 2021 Schneider Electric published Security Notifications to address vulnerabilities in multiple products. Included were updates for the following:
- APC Power Distribution products – multiple products and versions
- Battery Management products – multiple products and versions
- Cooling products – multiple products and versions
- EcoStruxure Process Expert – versions prior to V2021
- Environmental Monitoring – multiple products and versions
- Eurotherm by Schneider Electric GUIcon – version 2.0 (Build 683.003) and prior
- Multiple products affected by memory allocation vulnerabilities commonly referred to as ‘BadAlloc’
- Network Management Card 2 (NMC2)
- Network Management Card 3 (NMC3)
- SCADAPack 312E, 313E, 314E, 330E, 333E, 334E, 337E, 350E and 357E RTUs – firmware versions V8.18.1 and prior
- Schneider Electric Software Update – versions V2.3.0 to V2.5.1
- TelevisAir V3.0 Dongle BTLE – part number ADBT42* and prior
- Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) products – multiple products and versions
Exploitation of these vulnerabilities could result in unintended network access, execution of malicious web code, remote code execution, denial of service and information disclosure.
The Cyber Centre encourages users and administrators to review the provided web link, perform the suggested mitigations and apply the necessary updates.
Schneider Electric Cybersecurity Support Portal
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