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2019-01-16 | ForeScout’s research on building-automation device vulnerabilities, The Atlantic looks at how spyware brought down El Chapo, and Orange Tsai is Hacking Jenkins

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The main message is that this is something that can be done easily and is not even that expensive.

Elisa Costante, a senior director at ForeScout Technologies on building automation tech hacking

 


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