@malin could you summarise some of the issues?
1. It shouldn't be networked.
2. There's insufficient auditing of the complete shutdown chain, which requires that nearby water pumps and electricity plants are active. These are also networked, including INDIVIDUAL PUMPS, which themselves run on proprietary compilers.
3. IT SHOULDN'T BE NETWORKED.
@malin ohh I see. By networked do you also mean connected to the internet in anyway or a LAN network?
@Huggles I don't know how connected things can get at max. At the very least, speaking with people involved in the industry has reminded me that the difference between having a LAN and WAN is a matter of degree - it all reaches the internet eventually, and comes from the internet in increments.
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