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DOJ unseals charges against Russians in attempted hacks of infrastructure, including Trisis case

by AJ Vicens, Joe Warminsky

One indictment refers to infamous hacking attempts on industrial control systems in 2017, and the other involves a separate spree from 2012-17.

Researchers find big flaw in a Schneider Electric ICS system popular in building systems, utilities

by Tonya Riley

The vulnerability could be used to deploy a variety of attacks including ransomware.

How (and why) cyber specialists hacked a North American utility's smart meter

by Sean Lyngaas

Big hacks like the 2015 Ukraine power outage and the 2017 shutdown of a Saudi petrochemical plant still inspire red teams today.

US sanctions Russian government institution in connection with Trisis malware

by Tim Starks, Sean Lyngaas

The sanctions mark the first time any government has publicly connected Trisis to Russia.

Airbus researcher explores ‘Stuxnet-type attack’ for security training

by Sean Lyngaas

The planemaker's cybersecurity subsidiary says it found a way to replicate how the famous malware executed code on programmable logic controllers.

Yet another hacking group is targeting oil and gas companies, Dragos says

by Sean Lyngaas

Researchers have dubbed the group Hexane, and they say it has been particularly active in recent months.

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