Millions of IoT devices could be vulnerable to these unfixable security bugs – TechRadar

IoT devices may in fact end up being the asbestos of the future after all as new research from Forescout has revealed that there are 33 new memory-corrupting vulnerabilities which affect millions of connected devices around the world.

These flaws impact four open source TCP/IP stacks (uIP, PicoTCP, FNET, and Nut/Net) which serve as the foundational components of millions of connected devices including smart home sensors and lights, barcode readers, building automation systems, enterprise network equipment and even industrial control systems. 


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