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Hackers Can Now Cause Blackouts On America's Electrical Grid, Report

Authored by Rick Moran via, It was inevitable that someday, hackers would have the ability to exert control over the U.S. electrical grid. According to the computer security firm Symantec, someday is today. Hacking attacks over the last several months that targeted U.S. energy companies have been able to gain "operational control" over systems, thus threatening blackouts across the U.
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