January 2018 – Important Notice on Microsoft update KB4056896

Update Survalent is diligently monitoring the situation of the recently announced hardware vulnerabilities, Meltdown and Spectre. As part of our ongoing quality assurances procedures, patch management process, and field deployment activities, we have not observed any negative impact to the […]

https://www.survalent.com/important-notice-on-microsoft-update-kb4056896/ May 2017 – Important Notice on Ransomware Outbreak Targeting Windows SMB Flaw

  Update Last week, a new ransomware was detected by Microsoft that spreads by leveraging vulnerabilities that have been previously fixed. The ransomware identified as WannaCrypt (also known as WannaCry, WanaCrypt0r, WCrypt, or WCRY) used publicly available exploit code for […]

https://www.survalent.com/important-notice-on-ransomware-outbreak-targeting-windows-smb-flaw/ September 2016 – No Issues https://www.survalent.com/september-2016-no-issues-6/ July 2016 – No Issues

No reported issues this month.

https://www.survalent.com/july-2016-no-issues-6/ June 2016 – No Issues

No reported issues this month.

https://www.survalent.com/june-2016-no-issues-6/ May 2016 – No Issues

No reported issues this month.  

https://www.survalent.com/may-2016-no-issues/ April 2016 – No Issues

No reported issues this month.

https://www.survalent.com/april-2016-no-issues/ March 2016 – No Issues

No reported issues this month

https://www.survalent.com/march-2016/ February 2016 – No Issues

No reported issues this month

https://www.survalent.com/february-2016/ January 2016 – Stuxnet

Overview Stuxnet specifically targets PLCs controlling industrial centrifuges (which I do not believe BCRTC uses in SCADA) using a vulnerability in Windows USB device handling (which has been corrected for some time).  It then propagated across the network, exploiting a […]

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