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Problem in the Texas Instruments D3 Control System (RSX)




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              THE COMPUTER INCIDENT ADVISORY CAPABILITY



                                 CIAC



                      INFORMATION    BULLETIN

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Problem in the Texas Instruments D3 Process Control System 





January 4, 1990, 1430 PST                                       Number A-11



CIAC has recently learned of a computer security problem in the Texas

Instruments D3 Process Control System running on the RSX operating

system (all versions).   If your site has this system and you wish to

learn more about this problem, please contact CIAC.



        Eugene Schultz (415) 422-8193 or (FTS) 532-8193 

        FAX:  (415) 423-0913 or (FTS) 543-0913



CIAC's 24-hour emergency hot-line number is (415) 971-9384



or send e-mail to:  ciac@tiger.llnl.gov

 

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