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July 20, 2010, 8:54 pm
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Siemens has advised its customers not to change the default passwords
hard-coded into its WinCC Scada product, even though the Stuxnet
malware that exploits the critical infrastructure systems software is
circulating in the wild.
Changing the passwords could affect the operations of critical
infrastructure organizations such as utilities companies and
electricity suppliers, according to Siemens.
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