Jailbreak a power plant is a tool used by hackers to break into a system and access data that normally goes to the power grid.
They are often used in conjunction with the Tor network, a free internet-based network that can be used to hide your IP address.
Power plants, in contrast, are typically locked down from the outside world, which means that they’re more susceptible to a wide range of attacks.
The Alabama power system has been locked down for weeks after hackers breached its systems and stole the code to its system control panels.
The Alabama Department of Environmental Management (DEEM) has issued an official update on the incident and said that it has secured power stations around the state but that they are still under a lockdown.
A spokesperson for the DEEM told The Irish Star that the state is working to restore power to all of the state’s power plants, but that it will take several days.
The agency said that the code used to create the jailbreak could not be recovered and that it is currently investigating whether any of the equipment used to secure the Alabama power plants was compromised.
The code, which was first posted on the web by a group called the Free State Project, allowed the attackers to access the systems of the Alabama Power Corporation (APS) and other state agencies.
APS said that “the APS is working with the FBI, DHS, and other law enforcement partners to investigate the breach.”
The APS said in a statement that it was aware of the incident but that the company was not able to share any further information.
It said that APS has implemented a “zero-day patch” that would allow the company to restore normal operations, but it is not yet clear how many APS customers would be affected.
On Friday, the Department of Homeland Security said it was investigating the incident.
“The DHS continues to work closely with the APS and other key stakeholders to assess the scope and potential impact of the breach, and to provide any assistance that is necessary,” a spokesperson said in an emailed statement.
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