[HackerNews] Watering Hole Attack Was Used to Target Florida Water Utilities

An investigation undertaken in the aftermath of the Oldsmar water plant hack earlier this year has revealed that an infrastructure contractor in the U.S. state of Florida hosted malicious code on its website in what’s known as a watering hole attack.
“This malicious code seemingly targeted water utilities, particularly in Florida, and more importantly, was visited by a browser from the city of

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