Critical Remote Command Execution Flaw Found in SE-elektronic E-DDC Systems – Update Your Device Now

CVSScvssV3_1: 9.8

SE-elektronic GmbH, a manufacturer of building automation and control systems, has disclosed a serious remote command execution vulnerability affecting their E-DDC3.3 devices.

The vulnerability receives a CVSS score of 9.8 out of 10 due to its ability to allow unauthenticated remote code execution. Attackers can exploit this flaw by sending crafted commands from a remote system to the affected E-DDC device via its web configuration interface. This could allow an attacker to completely take over the system and execute arbitrary commands with root/admin privileges.

E-DDC systems are used for HVAC and other building automation functions. The vulnerability was found in firmware versions 03.07.03 and below. SE-elektronic has released an updated firmware to address this issue.

If you use an E-DDC system in your building automation, it is highly recommended to immediately update devices to the latest firmware to protect against exploitation of this critical remote code execution vulnerability. Regularly checking for and applying security updates is also advised to help prevent issues like this in the future. Proper network segmentation and access controls can further reduce risks for connected systems like these.