29 June – ANOTHER 60+*

As reported earlier today, another 65 camera sites were also infected earlier in the month The supplier Jenoptiks has fessed up to the issue after earlier denying it. sCammComm will be beaving away to dismiss all the public’s concerns in this serious matter šŸ™

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29 June – sCammComm updates

1 week after the #WannaCry RansomWare was publicised after infecting a growing number of Redlight/Speed Cameras we now see that a petty edit has been made to the primary source of information given to the public (road users) Also news coming thru that ANOTHER 65 camera sites have/had been infected

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28 June -W.A. news*

Breaking news of W.A. sCammComm has quit. Road Safety Commissioner Kim Papalia quits his post over WA Police amalgamation.

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28 June – What updates?

Earlier this year, with great fanfare, a range of RedLight Camera sites were to be upgraded. Both new and upgrades were listed but questions remain as to who is doing those and what era ting systems in being used. Today we also hear of another RansomWare outbreakĀ – PETYA* (Renamed now)

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27 June – Tuesday

A reader spotted some testing taking place mid-town in Lilydale. Single tech on site. Company unknown. Pic after the link…

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26 June – Monday PM*

Late Monday theAge newspaper had a damning report into the current state of the supposed #WannaCry Ransomware infection of Victorian Redlight / Speed Cameras. On the first day of the sCammComm review into the state wide issue we learn a lot more that hasn’t been made public. Stand-by as this issue becomes lawyers at 10 paces. Latest article (Inc RACV story) after the link….

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26 June – Monday

Seems easier to run daily updates via WP posts Today there has been a few clarifications by the Police Caught w behind flapping. Now having pow-wow with sCammComm later today.

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24 June – Saturday

Hurried weekend press conference called to review the comments that the promised WITHDRAWL of fines is now lowered to only halt.

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