Security researchers say they have found a new victim of the destructive malware, which targets critical infrastructure, known as Triton or Trisis.
On Thursday, security firm FireEye revealed that it was hired to respond to a breach at an undisclosed critical infrastructure facility, and that the hackers used Triton, a type of malware that had previously hit the Saudi Arabian oil giant Petro Rabigh, as first reported by E&E News. In that breach, the hackers used the malware to manipulate industrial processes and inadvertently cause a process shutdown. Infrastructure security experts said that was the most dangerous
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