Like a computer network but for physical objects. [Research Saturday]

Guest Ben Seri, Armis’ VP of Research, joins Dave to talk about a set of remote code execution (RCE) vulnerabilities in the pneumatic tube system of Swisslog. Nine vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure used by 80% of major hospitals in North America.

Swisslog’s Translogic Pneumatic Tube System (PTS), a solution that plays a crucial role in patient care, found vulnerable to devastating attack. Dubbed PwnedPiper, the vulnerabilities allow for complete take over of the Translogic Nexus Control Panel, which powers all current models of Translogic PTS stations. Older IP-connected Translogic stations are also impacted, but are no longer supported by Swisslog.

The research can be found here:

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

About Us

I believe that everyone should have a mechanic that they can trust and after spending several years helping out various customers for large companies I've seen my fair share of issues.

Honesty, Integrity, and Compassion are what we share with everyone that we work with. Stop scouring the internet for help and see how we can help you today.

Our Services

Website Migrations

Plugin & Theme Updates

IDX Broker Customizations

Facebook Chatbots

DNS & Email Integrations