Malware found in the control room of a Japanese nuclear reactor
It’s been a quiet day in Tsuruga, Fukui Prefecture, a large port city on the western coast of central Japan. Like PC users the world over, you’ve been playing whack-a-mole with update notifications.
This time, it’s a piece of free software that you’re barely aware of on your computer. Up pops an update notice while you’re eating a yummy piece of chocolaty Lotte Ghana left over from the holidays. While you’re chewing, you click your mouse, approving the update.