Someone is creeping around the digital infrastructure of United States power plants, including a nuclear facility.

Hackers have been breaking into the administrative computer networks of U.S. plant operators since May, using tactics associated with a well-known Russian group, according to The New York Times.

Those tactics include phishing attempts like designing resumes of engineers that have dangerous code embedded in the documents, as well as infecting sites commonly accessed by employees of the place they’re trying to compromise.  Read more…

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