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Critical flaws found in Aussie traffic systems ahead of G20 Summit

mask.of.sanity (1228908) writes | about a year ago

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mask.of.sanity (1228908) writes "Two critical networks managing traffic systems of a major Australian capital city contain gaping holes that render it vulnerable to attack.

The flaws were found during penetration tests by the government a year ahead of the G20 Summit, the most significant gathering of world leaders ever held in Australia.

The tests found the agencies messed up security zoning, didn't remove staff logins as they resigned, and had inconsistent patching."

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