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Intel Briefing – March 2013

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Park ranger security breakdown.
The National Park Service Police is investigating a possible breach of security after a video showing people in National Park Service uniforms committing acts of vandalism, inappropriate behavior, and unauthorized access throughout various national monuments in Washington, D.C. was aired on a local news station.

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US Department of Labor’s OSHA cites Rana Meal Solutions LLC with 12 safety violations at Bartlett, Ill., pasta manufacturing plant.
Rana Meal Solutions LLC was issued twelve safety violations and eleven serious violations following a U.S. Department of Labor safety inspection for exposing employees to hazardous materials due to poor ammonia handling procedures.

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Woodridge condos evacuated after potassium cyanide found.
A small amount of the toxic chemical potassium cyanide was found in a condo unit, causing the evacuation of a Woodridge condo complex January 24.

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DNR investigating well contamination in southeastern Wisconsin.
Officials with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources launched an investigation into an estimated 11,000 private wells due to elevated levels of molybenum. The Raymond School District was told its water supply was affected and has since offered an alternative source of drinking water.

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Over 85,000 HP printers found to be publicly accessible via the Internet.
A software researcher discovered that over 85,000 printers made by HP are available via a focused Google search, allowing remote access.

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Over 16,000 Facebook account credentials stolen by PokerAgent botnet.
Researchers at ESET analyzed a botnet known as PokerAgent that stole the login and payment information of over 16,000 Facebook users in 2012. The malware used targeted players of Zynga Poker, infecting at least 800 computers.

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