Stuxnet issues rumble on as vulnerabilities remain
Posted on 9 Nov 2012 at 11:30
Author: Stewart Mitchell
Software attacked by Stuxnet still has vulnerabilities, security company claims
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Yet another article that discusses Windows security problems while managing to completely avoid mentioning "Windows" or "Microsoft".
"WinCC is written for the Microsoft Windows operating system. WinCC uses Microsoft SQL Server for logging and comes with a VBScript and ANSI C application programming interface"
And it's insecure? Gee, really? Who'd have thought?
By BrownieBoy6 on 11 Nov 2012
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