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US Warns of Problems In Chinese SCADA Software

Alphadogg writes "Two vulnerabilities found in diligence control system systems program made in China but used pandemic could be remotely exploited by attackers, as it should be to a warning issued on maundy thursday (PDF) by the US perseverance Control Systems Cyber strait reaction Team. The vulnerabilities were found in two products from Sunway ForceControl Technology, a Beijing-based company that develops SCADA disk operating system for a wide variety of industries, including defense, petrochemical, energy, water and manufacturing. Sunway's stock are mostly used in China but also in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa, proper to the agency's advisory. SCADA system software has come under increasing heedfulness from safeguard researchers, as the systems program has often not undergone dogmatic assurance audits despite its use to manage critical groundwork or manufacturing processes. SCADA systems are increasingly connected to the Internet, which has opened up the whack of hackers remotely housebreaking into the systems. Last year, researchers discovered a highly cultivated worm called Stuxnet that was later found to target Siemens' WinCC low-power options...www.rugidcomputer.com
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