Oman’s stock exchange was easily hackable for months

One of the largest stock exchanges in the Middle East has quietly fixed a security issue that could’ve let hackers gain unfettered access to the network.

A core router for Oman’s stock exchange, the Muscat Securities Market, had both its username and password as “admin” for months, even after several attempts by a security researcher to warn the exchange of the security implications.

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Source: ZDNet