Thirty-three vulnerabilities in open-source TCP/IP stacks often buried deep in internet-connected devices may cause years of issues for hundreds of manufacturers, and business and home customers alike.

Further complicating matters, manufacturers who are affected may not immediately know their devices are at risk.

The package of vulnerabilities, discovered by researchers at Forescout and dubbed Amnesia-33, are buried deep in the supply chain: third-party software used in components assembled into everything from printers to picosatellites, smart plugs and operational technology equipment.

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