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SCADA Hacking: Hackers-Arise First to Reveal Vulnerability Now Recognized by Schneider Electric and

Updated: Dec 30, 2022

Once again, Hackers-Arise receives international recognition in SCADA Hacking!

On March 28, 2017, OTW detailed here how an attacker can get the Schneider Electric Modicom TM221 to spew out key information that an attacker can use to exploit the system. You can read about it here.

Today, April 10, 2017, that vulnerability was recognized by Schneider Electric and given CVE-2017-7575.

Last year, Hackers-Arise revealed a vulnerability in the Schneider Electric Automated Server (AS) that enabled the attacked to gain root privileges on this widely-used building automation system. This attack received international attention received international attention and was featured in a Voice of America News article on the risks inherent in SCADA/ICS systems.

Once again, Hackers-Arise proves that we are on the leading edge of SCADA security research!

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