FYI...No evidence of a cyber intrusion in SCADA
November 22, 2011 - "... in an email dispatch sent to state, local and industry officials late today, DHS’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT) said that after detailed analysis, DHS and the FBI “have found no evidence
of a cyber intrusion into the SCADA system of the Curran-Gardner Public Water District in Springfield, Illinois.” The ICS-CERT continued:
“There is no evidence to support claims made in the initial Fusion Center report – which was based on raw, unconfirmed data and subsequently leaked to the media – that any credentials were stolen, or that the vendor was involved in any malicious activity that led to a pump failure at the water plant,” the ICS-CERT alert states. “In addition, DHS and FBI have concluded that there was no malicious or unauthorized traffic from Russia or any foreign entities
, as previously reported. Analysis of the incident is ongoing and additional relevant information will be released as it becomes available”..."
23 November 2011
SCADA hacks published on Pastebin
Last Updated: 2011-11-23 15:50:30 UTC
November 19, 2011 - "A hacker identified only as "pr0f" posted diagrams of the South Houston sewer system online to show how easy it is to infiltrate the system. South Houston Mayor Joe Soto
said Saturday that no harm was done to the sewer system, and the control system known as Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition has been taken offline. "The plant runs automatically anyway," said Soto, who said he found out Friday about the hacking. "We just disconnected the SCADA system
. That takes us off being online, where someone could change some of the operations on their own." The Department of Homeland Security and FBI are responding to the incident and will be investigating, Soto said..."