Vulnerable controllers could allow attackers to manipulate marine diesel engines
Researchers have found several authentication and encryption vulnerabilities in the firmware of marine diesel engine controllers by Norwegian company Auto-Maskin, as well as the accompanying Android app. These security flaws could be exploited by attackers to change the firmware and configuration files, install malware, and perform actions that effectively allow them to take control of a vessel's engines.
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