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HelloI have Mitsubishi make PLC having model no.- FX3U-64MT, i need to recover the program ;program was password protected so i need Password crack software for this PLC ,Could you please provide the price for software crack password mitsubishi ( doule password)
Multiple accounts across a variety of social media websites are advertising Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), Human-Machine Interface (HMI), and project file password cracking software. Buyers can retrieve forgotten passwords by running an executable provided by the seller that targets a specific industrial system.
Previous research targeting DirectLogic PLCs has resulted in successful cracking techniques. However, Dragos found that this exploit does not crack a scrambled version of the password as historically seen in popular exploitation frameworks. Instead, a specific byte sequence is sent by the malware dropper to a COM port.
Sality is a peer-to-peer botnet for distributed computing tasks such as password cracking and cryptocurrency mining. A Sality infection could risk remote access to an EWS by an unknown adversary. Dragos assesses with moderate confidence the adversary, while having the capability to disrupt industrial processes, has financial motivation and may not directly impact Operational Technology (OT) processes.
A threat actor is targeting industrial engineers and operators with trojanized password-cracking software for programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and human-machine interfaces (HMIs), exploiting their pressing needs to turn industrial workstations into dangerous bots.
According to Dragos researchers, the adversary seems not to be interested in disrupting industrial processes but making money. The password-cracking software also carries a dropper that infects the machine with Sality malware, which:
Several websites and multiple social media accounts are touting password-cracking software for PLCs, HMIs and project files, Dragos researchers have found. These appear to be tailor-made to work on PLCs and HMIs by AutomationDirect, Omron, Siemens, ABB, Delta Automation, Fuji Electric, Mitsubishi Electric, Pro-Face, Vigor Electric, Weintek, Allen-Bradley, Panasonic, Fatek, IDEC Corp., and LG.
Industrial engineers and operators are the target of a new campaign that leverages password cracking software to seize control of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and co-opt the machines to a botnet.
The software "exploited a vulnerability in the firmware which allowed it to retrieve the password on command," Dragos security researcher Sam Hanson said. "Further, the software was a malware dropper, infecting the machine with the Sality malware and turning the host into a peer in Sality's peer-to-peer botnet."
The infections culminate in the deployment of the Sality malware for carrying out tasks such as cryptocurrency mining and password cracking in a distributed fashion, while also taking steps to remain undetected by terminating security software running in the compromised workstations.
"In general, it appears there is an ecosystem for this type of software," Hanson noted, attributing the attacks to a likely financially motivated adversary. "Several websites and multiple social media accounts exist all touting their password 'crackers.'"
According to data from ChemOrbis Price Index, spot prices for LDPE film grades on a CFR China, cash basis have fallen by $20-40/ton since the first full week of May while HDPE film grade prices have dropped $40-50/ton and LLDPE film grade prices have declined by $50-70/ton over the same time period. The majority of overseas suppliers of HDPE and LLDPE film grades are currently operating below their theoretical production costs based on spot ethylene prices, reckons ChemOrbis, as PE prices have been pulled lower by poor demand, helping to reinforce the downward movement in ethylene prices. In the propylene market, says the pricing authority, spot prices on an FOB Korea basis have dropped by $75/ton over the past week, reaching their lowest level since late February. When compared with the start of the month, spot propylene prices have come down by around $130/ton. In addition to slower derivative demand, propylene prices have been pushed lower by rising supply levels from both Japan and South Korea. Crackers in South Korea are beginning to return to normal operations following a heavy cracker maintenance season while the restart of some crackers in Japan, which had been shut following the massive earthquake on March 11, reduced demand from buyers looking to cover the shortage of Japanese cargoes.
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