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  • ICS system with public exploits cannot be patched.

    The Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICSCERT) released a security advisory for customers using the Environmental Controls System (ECS) 8832 version 3.02 and earlier version after a security researcher discovered the product had two vulnerabilities, which cannot be patched, including an authentication bypass flaw and a privilege escalation flaw that could allow an attacker to perform unauthenticated operations over the network. The ECS product is used in the energy indust​

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  • Data breach exposes information on more than 3,000 TCC employees .

    Officials announced March 25 that personal information, including Social Security numbers, of more than 3,000 employees at Tidewater Community College (TCC) in Virginia was leaked when an employee sent a file March 2 that included personal information of employees in response to a data request from a fraudulent TCC email account.

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    AP Investigation: US power grid vulnerable to foreign hacks

    US power grids and critical infrastructure are still lucrative targets for individual and nation state supported hackers. The AP investigation provides insight into the challenges and vulnerabilities US critical infrastructure faces.

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  • Micro soft will stop trusting certificates from 20 certificate authorities .

    Microsoft reported that its Trusted Root Certificate Program will no longer include twenty trusted Certificate Authorities (CA) and will remove CA root certificates from the Trusted Root CA store after the company could not comply with CA new program prerequisites that added more stringent technical and auditing requirements. Microsoft advised users to choose another trusted CA program.

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