Hackers have exposed an 8 month old security flaw that allows remote access to storage devices allowing them to inject files into the network.
This was discovered by an individual who found the text file on an external hard drive showing that the network had been hacked with proof of the breach by disclosing the information on the hard drive as well as ways to fix the issue.
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