Meinberg SyncBox/PTP/PTPv2

The Meinberg SyncBox/PTP/PTPv2 devices have default SSH keys which allow attackers to get root access to the devices. All firmware versions up to v5.34o, v5.34s, v5.32* or 5.34g are affected. The private key is also used in an internal interface of another Meinberg Device and can be extracted from a firmware update of this device. An update to fix the vulnerability was published by the vendor.

AudioCodes Mediant family

AudioCodes Mediant family of multi-service business routers (MSBRs) offers service providers a range of all-in-one SOHO, SMB and SME routers combining access, data, voice and security into a single device.[1]
During our research we found a DoS(CVE-2019-9228), a XXS(CVE-2019-9230) and CSRF(CVE-2019-9231) vulnerability. Although we could gain access to quagga VTYs(CVE-2019-9229).

Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter V2

Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter (MsWDA) is a hardware device to "Share what’s on your tablet, laptop, or smartphone. All Miracast® enabled Windows 10 phones, tablets and laptops, including the Surface line up. Stream movies, view personal photos, or display a presentation on a big screen – all wirelessly." [2]