Vendor Schneider Electric
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Affected Products (190): 140CRA312xxx (1), 66074 MGE Network Management Card (4), ATV IMC Drive Controller (1), Accutech Manager (1), Ampla MES (2), Andover Continuum (4), BMX-NOR-0200H (1), BMXNOR0200 (6), BMXNOR0200H Ethernet-Serial RTU Module (1), BMXNOR0200H Ethernet Serial RTU Module (2), BMxCRA312xx (1), CitectSCADA (4), Citectscada Reports (4), ClearSCADA (3), Conext ComBox 865-1058 (1), ConneXium (1), Cove (1), Device Type Manager (1), ETG3000 (2), Easergy T300 (16), EcoStruxure (3), EcoStruxure Building Operation Enterprise Server Installer (1), EcoStruxure Building Operation WebReports (5), EcoStruxure Building Operation WebStation (1), EcoStruxure Control Expert (6), EcoStruxure Enterprise Central Installer (1), EcoStruxure Geo SCADA Expert (3), EcoStruxure Machine Expert (1), EcoStruxure Operator Terminal Expert (6), EcoStruxure Power Build Rapsody (2), EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert (1), Evlink Charging Station (1), Floating License Manager (1), GUIcon (3), HMI Panel HMIGTO (1), HMI Panel HMIGTU (1), HMI Panel HMIGTUX (1), HMI Panel HMIGXO (1), HMI Panel HMIGXU (1), HMI Panel HMISCU (1), HMI Panel HMISTO (1), HMI Panel HMISTU (1), HMI Panel XBTGH (1), HMI Panel XBTGT (2), IGSS Definition (9), IGSS Mobile Application (2), IMT25 Magnetic Flow DTM (1), ION73XX (2), ION75XX (2), ION76XX (2), ION8650 (2), ION8800 (2), IOS Smart Meter (3), InTouch Machine Edition (2), InduSoft Web Studio (10), Interactive Graphical SCADA System (3), Kerweb (1), LANDAC II-2 (1), Legacy Offers Modicon Quantum (1), Magelis (2), Magelis XBT HMI (1), MiCOM Px4x (1), MiCOM S1 Studio (1), Modbus Serial Driver (2), Modicon 140CRA (5), Modicon BMENOC 0311 (3), Modicon BMENOC 0321 (3), Modicon BMXNOC0401 (2), Modicon BMXNOE0100 (2), Modicon BMXNOE0110 (2), Modicon BMXNOE0110H (2), Modicon BMXNOR0200H (2), Modicon BMXP342020 (2), Modicon BMXP342020H (2), Modicon BMXP342030 (2), Modicon BMXP342030H (2), Modicon BMXP3420302 (2), Modicon BMXP3420302H (2), Modicon BMxCRA (5), Modicon LMC058 (1), Modicon LMC078 (1), Modicon M100 (1), Modicon M200 (1), Modicon M218 Logic Controller (2), Modicon M221 (12), Modicon M241 (4), Modicon M251 (4), Modicon M258 (2), Modicon M340 (57), Modicon M340 BMX (1), Modicon M340 CPU (1), Modicon M340 Communication Module (1), Modicon M580 (41), Modicon Modbus Protocol (1), Modicon PLC (1), Modicon PLC Ethernet module (1), Modicon Premium (40), Modicon Premium (2), Modicon Premium CPU (1), Modicon Premium Communication Module (1), Modicon Premium Legacy (3), ModiconPremium Legacy (1), Modicon Quantum (44), Modicon Quantum 140 NOE771x1 (1), Modicon Quantum CPU (1), Modicon Quantum Communication Module (1), Modicon Quantum PLC (7), Modicon Quantum Plc (2), Modicon TM221CE16R (2), OFS (1), OPC Factory Server (1), Opc Factory Server Tlxcdstofs (1), PM5XXX (2), PacDrive Eco (1), PacDrive Pro (1), PacDrive Pro2 (1), Pelco DS-NV (1), Pelco Digital Sentry Video Management System (1), Pelco Endura NET55XX Encoder (1), Pelco Sarix Professional (15), Pelco VideoXpert Enterprise (3), PowerChute Business Edition (1), PowerLogic ION83xx (3), PowerLogic ION84xx (3), PowerLogic ION85xx (3), PowerLogic ION7400 (3), PowerLogic ION7650 (3), PowerLogic ION8600 (3), PowerLogic ION8650 (3), PowerLogic ION8800 (3), PowerLogic ION9000 (3), PowerLogic PM8ECC (2), PowerLogic PM800 (3), PowerLogic PM5560 (1), Power Monitoring Expert (1), PowerSCADA Anywhere (5), Power SCADA Operation (1), PowerTag (1), Pro-Face GP Pro EX (1), ProClima (7), Programmable Logic Controller (1), Quantum Ethernet Module 140noe77100 (2), SCADA Expert ClearSCADA (4), SCADAPack 7x Remote Connect (4), SCADAPack x70 Security Administrator (1), SCADA Software (1), SFAPV9601 APC Easy UPS On-Line Software (2), SmartStruxure (3), Smartlink (1), SoMachine (1), SoMachine Basic (5), SoMachine HVAC (4), SoMove (1), SoMove Software (1), Software Update (2), Software Update Utility (1), Stb Dio Ethernet Module Stbnic2212 (1), StruxureOn Gateway (1), StruxureWare Building Expert MPM (1), StruxureWare Data Center Expert (1), Struxureware Building Operations Automation Server (1), TCM (1), Tableau Desktop (1), Tableau Server (1), Tburjr900 (1), Telemecanique Driver Pack (1), Telvent Sage (1), Telvent Sage 3030 (1), Touch Panel (2), TriStation (2), TriStation 1131 (1), Triconex Tricon MP 3008 (2), U.motion Builder (26), U.motion Server (8), Unity Pro (4), VAMPSET (3), Vijeo Citect (1), Vijeo Designer (1), Vijeo Designer Basic (1), Wiser Series Gateway (1), Wiser for KNX (3), Wonderware ArchestrA Logger (3), Wonderware Historian (1), Wonderware Historian Client (1), Wonderware InTouch (3), Wonderware InTouch Access Anywhere Server (1), Wonderware System Platform (1), ZelioSoft2 (1), homeLYnk (3), spaceLYnk (3)
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