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Honey pot' utility trap lures hackers in show of cyberthreats
Author:
Peter Behr
Year:
2013
Abstract:

"The small city water company in Arnold, Mo., went online last November. Seventeen hours later, a hacker using the SHODAN attack search engine had identified and penetrated an internal computer address leading to the control system that operated the pumps at the heart of Arnold's operation. It was a virtual water company linked to the Internet, a fake ""honey pot"" created by Trend Micro cyberdefense consultant Kyle Wilhoit on his computer to mimic the control network of a real utility and uncover the intruders."

Document Type:
Magazine Articles
Source:
Environment & Energy Publishing