Access To Major Airport's Security System Offered on Dark Web for $10

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Researchers at McAfee found remote access to a major airport’s security system available on the dark web for $10. From a report: The hacked access came from an online market for remote desktop protocol (RDP) accounts, which sell access to hacked accounts in all kinds of systems. “There’s a lot of discussion about sophisticated nation-state attacks, but this was a really cheap way anyone could get access to something,” Raj Samani, chief scientist at McAfee, told Axios. The RDP market

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