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Monday, November 21, 2011


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Howard Aubrey

According to an article on Wired's website, there was no hack at all.


It appears that the owner of the company who installed the system had been asked to log on and look at some data reports. At the time, though, he was on vacation in Russia with his family, so when he did log on, it recorded a Russian IP address. The pump later burned out, but it was a material failure, not related to any hacking, at least according to Wired.

Jordan 11

A spokesman for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security stated that there currently was no data indicating a threat to pubic safety or to critical infrastructure.

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