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There is an unpatchable vulnerability that affects most modern cars. It’s buried in the Controller Area Network (CAN): Researchers say this flaw is not a vulnerability in the classic meaning of the word. This is because the flaw is more of a CAN standard design choice that makes it unpatchable.

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IT security is usually focused on how to prevent outsiders with malicious intent from causing harm to your IT systems and data. While this is a valid concern, people within organizations who simply do not understand the consequences of their everyday habits and behavior on company computers pose an equivalent if not greater risk. Every […]

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One week after addressing a critical vulnerability in its industrial controller management software, Schneider Electric is in the midst of handling two more serious flaws in a number of its Magelis HMI products. HMI is short for human machine interface, a graphical visualization of an industrial process that also includes a panel through which operators […]

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