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Rise of “forever day” bugs in industrial systems threatens critical infrastructure

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April 11, 2012
Cybersecurity, Headline
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“The number of security holes that remain unpatched in software used to control refineries, factories, and other critical infrastructure is growing. It’s becoming so common that security researchers have coined the term “forever days” to refer to the unfixed vulnerabilities.”

(Source: Rise of “forever day” bugs in industrial systems threatens critical infrastructure.)

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