2008 Cyberattack Against Turkish Oil Pipeline
Interesting article talks about the 2008 cyberattack against a Turkish oil pipeline:
For western intelligence agencies, the blowout was a watershed event. Hackers had shut down alarms, cut off communications and super-pressurized the crude oil in the line, according to four people familiar with the incident who asked not to be identified because details of the investigation are confidential. The main weapon at valve station 30 on Aug. 5, 2008, was a keyboard.
Kurdish separatists in Turkey claimed that they did it. The whole article is worth reading.