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Forget Stuxnet: Banking Trojans Attacking Power Plants

New submitter PLAR writes: Everyone’s worried about the next Stuxnet sabotaging the power grid, but a security researcher says there’s been a spike in traditional banking Trojan attacks against plant floor networks. The malware poses as legitimate ICS/SCADA software updates from Siemens, GE and Advantech. Kyle Wilhoit, the researcher who discovered the attacks, says the attackers appear to be after credentials and other financial information, so it looks like pure cybercrime, not nation-state activity.

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