Axeda agent and Axeda Desktop Server (CVE-2022-25246, CVE-2022-25247, CVE-2022-25248, CVE-2022-25249, CVE-2022-25250, CVE-2022-25251, CVE-2022-25252)
March 08, 2022
CISA has notified Beckman Coulter that a security researcher has discovered multiple vulnerabilities in Axeda software (Axeda Agent and Axeda Desktop Server for Windows) and has identified a list of commercially available products that use Axeda. The Beckman Coulter Microbiology LabPro supplied computer has been identified as one of the products that may be affected.
Beckman Coulter’s Microbiology LabPro supplied computers used Axeda services for remote connectivity prior to 2020. Axeda services are disabled by default on all computers containing them.
Although LabPro computers no longer ship with Axeda services, it is recommended that Beckman Coulter supplied LabPro computers be checked to ensure that Axeda services are removed, even if currently disabled.
For detailed information on how to remove Axeda services from your LabPro computer, please see the Axeda product specific information page.