Florida Water Treatment Hack: Tuesday Pinellas Florida Water Treatment Hack Sheriff County Bob Gualtieri said a hacker in Florida last week was using a sleeping remote access platform to try to poison sources. The cyber assailant breached the Oldsmar water treatment facility twice a Friday at 08.00 a.m. Then 13:30. Then 13:30 — a TeamViewer sleepy tool. The program was not used in about six months, but it was still on the system.
“How they got in, whether it was through a password or through something else, I can’t tell you that,” said Gualtieri. However, Felicia Donnelly, Oldsmar’s assistant town manager, told CNN that it needed a password for remote control.
TeamViewer, headquartered in Germany and which has over half a million commercial license customers around the world, says there is no proof of suspicious behavior. “Our network has provided us with no indication of suspicious connection behavior based on cooperative knowledge exchange,” said CNN Speaker TeamViewer Martina Dier on Wednesday. “A diligent technical investigation was carried out.
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