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Injection Attacks Made Up 60% of Energy/Utilities Incidents in 2016

November 15, 2017 | Threats & Incidents

The use of malicious input data to attempt to control or disrupt a system is the number one attack vector targeting the energy and utilities sector. OS CMDi, also known as a "shell command injection" — after which the widely prevalent Shellshock vulnerability is named — made up 29 percent. SQLi made up 17 percent, while another 14 percent of the attacks involved other types of injection methods.



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