On February 5, an unknown cyberattacker tried to poison the water supply of Oldsmar, Fla. The hacker entered the system and set it to massively increase sodium hydroxide levels in the water. The attacker tried to boost that to 11, ppm, high enough to damage skin and cause hair loss if the water contacts the body—or, if it is ingested, to cause potentially deadly gastrointestinal symptoms. Fortunately, a staff member noticed the attack as it was happening and restored the correct settings before anything changed. How much of a broader threat might attacks like this pose to public facilities, and what can be done to protect them? What might make city infrastructure like a water treatment plant vulnerable to hackers?
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Back to Sexual health. Find out about the risks of getting a sexually transmitted infection STI from different sexual activities. This is because infections can be present in pre-ejaculate fluid pre-come. Even shallow insertion of the penis into the vagina sometimes called dipping carries risks for both partners.
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I recently had unprotected sex with someone who was on Prep and I wasn't. I tested negative and my partner said he does testing regularly and is negative. I was the receptive partner and this was my first time having unprotected sex.
Oral sex involves using the mouth, lips, or tongue to stimulate the penis fellatio , vagina cunnilingus , or anus anilingus of a sex partner. The penis and testicles and the vagina and area around the vagina are also called the genitals or genital area. Oral sex is commonly practiced by sexually-active adults. Many STDs, as well as other infections, can be spread through oral sex. Anyone exposed to an infected partner can get an STD in the mouth, throat, genitals, or rectum.