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Malware Found In Iran Petro Plants
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8/31/2016 | 11:17:21 PM
Irans oil minister said the blasts were because of reduced health and safety checks.
The need for health and safety checks when it comes to managing an oil facility is paramount. The volatility of the product as seen from this disaster needs to have the proper safeguards in place.
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8/31/2016 | 11:15:31 PM
A malicious but inactive industrial malware
Was there further analysis of the malware to determine if it was acting as a persister waiting to be called or for what reason did the malware lay dormant?


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