The JSOF research lab has discovered a series of zero-day vulnerabilities in a widely used low-level TCP/IP software library developed by Treck, Inc. The 19 vulnerabilities, given the name Ripple20, affect hundreds of millions of devices (or more) and include multiple remote code execution vulnerabilities. The risks inherent in this situation are high.Ripple20 reached critical IoT devices from a wide range of fields, involving a diverse group of vendors.
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2020-06-23 V1.0 INITIAL
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