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The coronavirus pandemic—the infection officially designated as COVID-19—is causing upheaval across the globe. Aside from the serious economic and public health implications, one very practical impact of shelter-in-place dictums is to force many companies to support remote working where they can. The most recent data tells us that in 2017, eight million Americans worked from […]

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The notorious Stuxnet malware, which the United States and Israel used to cause damage to Iran’s nuclear program, was designed to target SIMATIC S7-300 and S7-400 PLCs made by Siemens. Stuxnet loaded malicious code onto targeted PLCs by abusing Siemens’ STEP7 software, which is provided by the German industrial giant for programming controllers. Stuxnet replaced […]

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Mobile voting application vendor Voatz has been dismissed from HackerOne’s bug bounty program platform, according to a report on CyberScoop. Voatz — whose mobile voting app used in limited elections in a handful of states, including West Virginia and Colorado — has been under intense scrutiny over security concerns, and recently published studies by MIT […]

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