Shodan a cyber search engine developed in late 2009exposes holes in industrial secuirty systems Industrial control computers were built to run behind the safety of brick walls. But such security is rapidly eroded by links to the Internet. Recently, an unknown hacker broke into a water plant south of Houston using a default password he found in a user manual. A Shodan user found and accessed the cyclotron at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Yet another user found thousands of unsecured Cisco routers, the computer systems that direct data on the networks. Over the past two years, Shodan has gathered data on nearly 100 million devices, recording their exact locations and the software systems that run them. “Expose online devices,” the Web site says. “Webcams. Routers. Power Plants. iPhones. Wind Turbines. Refrigerators. VoIP Phones.”WP http://www.shodanhq.com/ XP Embedded System http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa460727%28v=winembedded.5%29.aspx
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