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IAB.exe in Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture Builder (IAB) before 184.108.40.206 and 9.7.x before 220.127.116.11 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted project file.
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Rockwell Automation Arena Simulation Software versions 16.00.00 and earlier contain an INFORMATION EXPOSURE CWE-200. A maliciously crafted Arena file opened by an unsuspecting user may result in the limited exposure of information related to the targ...
Rockwell Automation Arena Simulation Software versions 16.00.00 and earlier contain a USE AFTER FREE CWE-416. A maliciously crafted Arena file opened by an unsuspecting user may result in the application crashing or the execution of arbitrary code.
In Rockwell Automation MicroLogix 1400 Controllers Series A, All Versions Series B, v15.002 and earlier, MicroLogix 1100 Controllers v14.00 and earlier, CompactLogix 5370 L1 controllers v30.014 and earlier, CompactLogix 5370 L2 controllers v30.014 an...
Rockwell Automation PowerFlex 525 AC Drives 5.001 and earlier allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service by crashing the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) network stack. The vulnerability allows the attacker to crash the CIP in a way that it ...
A vulnerability was found in Rockwell Automation RSLinx Classic versions 4.10.00 and prior. An input validation issue in a .dll file of RSLinx Classic where the data in a Forward Open service request is passed to a fixed size buffer, allowing an atta...
Rockwell Automation EtherNet/IP Web Server Modules 1756-EWEB (includes 1756-EWEBK) Version 5.001 and earlier, and CompactLogix 1768-EWEB Version 2.005 and earlier. A remote attacker could send a crafted UDP packet to the SNMP service causing a denial...
Rockwell Automation RSLinx Enterprise Software (LogReceiver.exe) CPR9, CPR9-SR1, CPR9-SR2, CPR9-SR3, CPR9-SR4, CPR9-SR5, CPR9-SR5.1, and CPR9-SR6 does not handle input correctly and results in a logic error if it receives a datagram with an incorrect...
The potential exists for exposure of the product's password used to restrict unauthorized access to Rockwell PLC5/SLC5/0x/RSLogix 1785-Lx and 1747-L5x controllers. The potential exists for an unauthorized programming and configuration client to gain ...
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