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Lexumo Warns Customers of Vulnerable IoT Devices

Per PRNewswire, Lexumo, developer of the world’s first automated service for continuously monitoring Internet of Things (IoT) code for critical open source vulnerabilities, today announced that its cloud-based platform has been constantly protecting customers from the SSHowDowN vulnerability (CVE-2004-1653) – well prior to Akamai’s recent announcement. Akamai reports that hackers are now exploiting the 12-year […] The post Lexumo Warns Customers of Vulnerable IoT Devices appeared first on DATAVERSITY.
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