DiscoverMalicious LifeTriton, Part 2: The World’s Most Dangerous Malware
Triton, Part 2: The World’s Most Dangerous Malware

Triton, Part 2: The World’s Most Dangerous Malware

Update: 2020-01-303
Share

Description

Petro Rabigh were facing lots of problems in defending their systems. But they did get lucky in one sense: their hackers were unprepared when their plan went awry. Who were the hackers that infiltrated the Saudi petrochemical plant, and what can this breach teach us?


The post Triton, Part 2: The World’s Most Dangerous Malware appeared first on Malicious Life.

Comments (1)

Andy Edwards

to be fair, StuxNet didn't require an insider to spread to machines that weren't connected to the internet

Jun 22nd
Reply
00:00
00:00
x

0.5x

0.8x

1.0x

1.25x

1.5x

2.0x

3.0x

Sleep Timer

Off

End of Episode

5 Minutes

10 Minutes

15 Minutes

30 Minutes

45 Minutes

60 Minutes

120 Minutes

Triton, Part 2: The World’s Most Dangerous Malware

Triton, Part 2: The World’s Most Dangerous Malware

Cybereason