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A vulnerability has been identified in APOGEE MEC/MBC/PXC (P2) (All versions < V2.8.2), APOGEE PXC Series (BACnet) (All versions >= V3.0), APOGEE PXC Series (P2) (All versions >= V2.8.2), Desigo PXC (Power PC) (All versions >= V2.3x and < V6.00.327), Desigo PXM20 (Power PC) (All versions >= V2.3x and < V6.00.327), Nucleus NET (All versions), Nucleus RTOS (All versions), Nucleus ReadyStart for ARM, MIPS, and PPC (All versions < V2017.02.2 with patch "Nucleus 2017.02.02 Nucleus NET Patch"), Nucleus SafetyCert (All versions), Nucleus Source Code (All versions), SIMOTICS CONNECT 400 (All versions <= V0.3.0.95), TALON TC Series (BACnet) (All versions >= V3.0), VSTAR (All versions). By sending specially crafted DHCP packets to a device where the DHCP client is enabled, an attacker could change the IP address of the device to an invalid value. The vulnerability could affect availability and integrity of the device. Adjacent network access is required, but no authentication and no user interaction is needed to conduct an attack.
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20190718 Disclaimer: The record creation date may reflect when the CVE ID was allocated or reserved, and does not necessarily indicate when this vulnerability was discovered, shared with the affected vendor, publicly disclosed, or updated in CVE.
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