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They can destroy hardware, software, or data and plant a time bomb or logic bomb on the computer. Sabotage comes from the French word for “boot” because disgruntled workers in the early years of The Industrial Revolution are said to have thrown their wooden shoes into machines to stop production. Lloyd also took home and wiped out the corporate backup tapes to prevent recovery.
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Tim Lloyd, a computer systems administrator, was fired for being threatening and disruptive. In retaliation, Lloyd planted a logic bomb on a critical server. When the pre-set conditions occurred, the logic bomb destroyed programs that ran the company’s production machines.
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Lloyd’s sabotage resulted in $10 million in instant business losses, $2 million in reprogramming costs, and 80 layoffs. The attack resulted in the permanent loss of the company’s competitive position in the market of hi-tech instruments and measurements because the company couldn’t rebuild the proprietary software it was using. -Sharon Gaudin, Computerworld, 2002
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Two traffic engineers working for the city of Los Angeles have pleaded guilty to hacking the city’s transportation hub and disconnecting traffic lights at four of LA’s busiest intersections. Then they blocked the controls of these intersections, so it took four days to restore control. They did it a few hours before their planned union action against the city in support of contract negotiations.