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An attempt to raise the level of a corrosive chemical in the water of Oldsmar, Florida, is thwarted.
OLDSMAR, Fla. (AP) — A hacker gained unauthorized into a remote access software system shared by workers at a Florida city’s water treatment plant in an unsuccessful attempt to fill the ...
An unknown hacker accessed the city’s water control systems in Oldsmar, Florida and increased sodium hydroxide to dangerous levels.
Hackers broke into the computer system of a facility that treats water for about 15,000 people near Tampa, Florida and sought to add a dangerous level of additive to the water supply, the ...
A hacker broke into a Florida water treatment plant and ordered it to increase the amount of lye to extremely dangerous levels, officials said.
Officials said Monday that a hacker had breached and attempted to poison the water supply for the city of Oldsmar, Fla., last week, but had been unsuccessful.
The attacker upped sodium hydroxide levels in the Oldsmar, Florida, water supply to extremely dangerous levels.