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Rural Texas towns report cyberattacks that caused one water system to overflow

  • A shadowy Russian hacktivist group was linked to a cyberattack that caused a Texas town's water system to overflow in January, part of a series of attacks on small towns in the area.
  • The attack in Muleshoe, affecting around 5,000 residents, led to the water system overflowing before officials manually intervened to shut it down.
  • Mandiant, a U.S. Cybersecurity firm, connected one of the attacks to the Russian group CyberArmyofRussia_Reborn, which claimed responsibility for similar water facility attacks in the U.S. And Poland.
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