So far, people in California, Michigan, Montana and New Mexico have heard the warnings about attacking zombies that have been sent over the Emergency Alert System. The subject matter may be humorous, but Greg MacDonald with the Montana Broadcasters Association said the consequences of such attacks on the alert system could be severe. In Michigan, hackers broke into the system with audio or text messages at two stations on Monday. In Los Angeles, a radio station that had its alert system breached sent out a zombie message, according to Richard Rudman, a broadcast engineer and vice chair of the California State Emergency Communications Committee. The FCC on Tuesday also asked stations to check their equipment to make sure no further unauthorized alerts were queued up for future transmission, according to a copy of the advisory provided by the Montana Broadcasters Association.
Other attempts to access to emergency systems in recent days were thwarted by updated passwords, said Edward Czarnecki with Kentucky-based Monroe Electronics, which manufacturers the alert equipment used by most television and cable companies.
Where the hackers succeeded, Czarnecki said a failure by stations to provide adequate computer security was at fault.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency said its public alert and warning system wasn’t breached and the hacking incidents did not affect its ability to activate the system nationally.


White, who oversees the alert system in Michigan, says she’s confident that systems there are now secure, though any breach is a concern. I can simply not believe that a German company would stoop to this level of wussie, for cryin’ out loud. Zpocalypse: Survival is an isometric sandbox rogue-lite strategic survival game based on the popular Zpocalypse board games where you manage a group of survivors in a post-nuclear zombie apocalypse.
Michigan Association of Broadcasters President Karole White said the breach appeared to be related to default passwords that the stations hadn’t changed. He declined to name the station but said any that were hacked were using default passwords for their alert systems or lacked adequate computer security. I’m making a zombie apocalypse kit that will be auctioned for charity and this is perfect!
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Aside from the fare of innovative consumer electronic products, the reader can expect to find news about geek culture, absurd inventions, awe inspiring technology, and an ever growing assortment of articles that we like to think fit within our view of what we’re calling the Geek Lifestyle. The Federal Communications Commission sent an urgent advisory Tuesday urging stations to reset their alert system passwords, disconnect their Internet connections and take other steps to make sure the equipment is protected from outside attack.
The system was created so the president could address the public in a national emergency, but it’s mainly used by state and local authorities to deliver weather warnings.
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