Forescout Research Labs has launched Project Memoria, an initiative that aims at providing the community with the largest study on the security of TCP/IP stacks. Project Memoria’s goal is to develop the understanding of common bugs behind the vulnerabilities in TCP/IP stacks, identifying the threats they pose to the extended enterprise and how to mitigate those.
AMNESIA:33 is the first study we have published under Project Memoria. In this study, we discuss the results of the security analysis of seven open source TCP/IP stacks and report a bundle of 33 new vulnerabilities found in four of the seven analyzed stacks that are used by major IoT, OT and IT device vendors. Download AMNESIA:33 Research Report Executive Summary.