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Russian Hackers Target Water Supply

A water pump in Illinois was damaged when hackers took control of it earlier this month. What do you think?

  • "I wouldn't get too caught up in theories of deliberate sabotage. Water Pump Systems Control for Windows 95 contains tons of glitches."

    Nathan Castle
    Patch Finisher
  • "Did they use the water pump's birthday to log in? You'd be surprised how often that works."

    Quinn Stephens
    Unemployed
  • "Perhaps the tourism board should stop using ‘Illinois: Where Hacking Is Easy’ as its overseas marketing slogan."

    Sam Meyer
    Safety Deposit Supervisor
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