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DHS probes claim of power plant cyber defect
Wednesday - 8/22/2012, 9:36am EDT
If true, it means hackers could spy on network traffic, obtain credentials to get on the inside and attack the power plants.
Clarke says RuggedCom products all use the same software "key" to decode encrypted information. He said he bought some of those products on e-Bay.
DHS has asked the company to confirm the claim. Its analysts are working with Clarke and the company.
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