Tag Archives: DNP3

Progress in DNP3 security

In July last year, I discussed why Adam Crain and Chris Sistrunk fuzzed DNP3 stacks in devices from various vendors, finding many issues along the way (see project Robus). This time, I’ll provide a bit of an overview of what … Continue reading

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The Crain-Sistrunk vulnerabilities

In the two previous posts, I’ve shown that industrial control systems — ICSs — are becoming more pervasive, and that they rely on security through obscurity. Now, let’s make the link with current events.

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