A hacker tried to poison a Calif. water supply. It was as easy as entering a password.
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June 8, 20217 min read, 1383 words

A hacker tried to poison a Calif. water supply. It was as easy as entering a password.A hacker tried to poison a Calif. water supply. It was as easy as entering a password.

Kevin Collier
Published: June 8, 2021  |  7 min read, 1383 words
On Jan. 15, a hacker tried to poison a water treatment plant that served parts of the San Francisco Bay Area. It didn't seem hard. The hacker had the username and password for a former employee's TeamViewer account, a popular program that lets users remotely control their comput...
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Jun 21
Although the article doesn't name the water treatment facility in question or the individual/group responsible for the hack, there is a lot of great context here on the overall ransomware situation.
Jun 21
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