Tag Archive | "industrial control systems"


23 March 2011 | 7,362 views

Exploits For Popular SCADA Programs Made Public

SCADA is not something we’ve mentioned before, we have covered related areas with articles such as – Industrial Control Systems Safe? I Think Not. Plus the whole Stuxnet thing which was able to attack nuclear plants. In a way I find it ironic because so much more emphasis these days is put on the security [...]

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14 July 2009 | 11,427 views

Smart Grid Security Risks – Not So Smart Electricity Meters

You might recall we’ve discussed the security of Industrial Control Systems before, the latest ‘evolution’ is the so called Smart Grid. Which in all honestly, doesn’t seem to be very smart at all. In basic terms they are trying to turn the power-grid into a two way communication medium so consumers homes can report back [...]

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28 April 2009 | 3,801 views

Industrial Control Systems Safe? I Think Not

It seems like there is some serious hacking going on, attacks on power stations and industrial control systems. You’d think most of these systems would be offline, or at least behind a solid DMZ. But as we’ve seen before they often get exposed by people plugging into the LAN then accessing the net through dial-up [...]

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