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Alert (ICS-ALERT-11-066-01)

WellinTech KingView 6.53 ActiveX Vulnerability

Original release date: March 07, 2011 | Last revised: January 23, 2014

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SUMMARY

ICS-CERT has become aware of public reports of a vulnerability in WellinTech KingView v6.53. This vulnerability reportedly affects the KVWebSvr.dll. Exploit code has been published.

According to the WellinTech website, KingView is widely used in power, water, building automation, mining, and other sectors, with most installations in China. The Chinese aerospace industry also uses KingView.

ICS-CERT is currently working with WellinTech to validate this vulnerability report. ICS-CERT is providing this information as an immediate notification of new activity. ICS-CERT will release further information as it becomes available.

Please report any issues affecting control systems in critical infrastructure environments to ICS-CERT.

FOLLOW-UP

ICS-CERT published the follow-up advisory titled ICSA-11-074-01 - WellinTech KingView 6.53 KVWebSvr ActiveX on March 15, 2011.


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