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Federal agencies investigate a sophisticated hacking breach at an Illinois utility company that...

Federal agencies investigate a sophisticated hacking breach at an Illinois utility company that could mark the first case of a known cyber attack launched on an industrial system in the U.S. from abroad. Though initial reports link the cyberattack to a computer in Russia, the physical location of the computer won't be enough for investigators to conclude what entity was behind the incident.
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  • Topcat
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    Again, why the F**K would such a system have access to the Internet????? Get a clue...
    18 Nov 2011, 03:53 PM Reply Like
  • Stoploss
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    We have HSA, TSA, CIA, FBI. And they are telling us a fucking Russian hacked into a utility water pump. Please..........

     

    TOTAL BULLSHIT.... We're going to have to start spinning, at the very least, somewhat believable propaganda, as this propaganda is utterly unbelievable.. Even the dumbasses won't bite on this..

     

    Try again..
    18 Nov 2011, 04:02 PM Reply Like
  • Poor Texan
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    This stuff is going on all the time and we only hear a little bit now and then. Taking down a utility grid would be more damaging than Pearl Harbor (or 9-11). Why wouldn't a hostile group try to figure out how. Obama hasn't succeeded in making everyone in the world like us (and no one else can either).
    18 Nov 2011, 09:03 PM Reply Like
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