As many as eight zero-day vulnerabilities have been disclosed in Carrier’s LenelS2 HID Mercury access control system that’s used widely in healthcare, education, transportation, and government facilities.
“The vulnerabilities uncovered allowed us to demonstrate the ability to remotely unlock and lock doors, subvert alarms and undermine logging and notification systems,” Trellix security
Source: Google Hacker News

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