The control system of payment with a 12-ton trucks tried to hack


ROSTOV-ON-DON, November 14. /Corr. Dmitry Bulanin/. The control system of payment with a 12-tonne trucks, “Plato”, which is from November 15 to work in Russia, tried to hack, but to no avail. About it journalists were reported by the commercial Director of the company “RT-invest the Transport system” (“Plato”) Anton Locks.

“Attempts (hacking) is until it fails and will not work”, – stressed Locks. In his words, “the storage of information is carried out on modern databases. All software executed in open code. All source codes are owned by the state. No proprietary (private development) solutions not provided”. “Disable it (the system) from the outside, without laying any parameters in software – it is impossible”, – assured Locks, answering the question of journalists about security.

He added that the system has a higher class of disaster recovery.

“There are two data center configurations are absolutely identical. One is located in Tver, another in Samara. The encrypted communication channels with appropriate equipment of the Russian production. On-Board devices transmit in encrypted form,” said Castles.

Trucks with a permissible maximum mass exceeding 12 tonnes, 15 November will be charged for each mile of way on Federal highways in the Russian Federation 1.53 per ruble. Such fees, according to the decree of the RF government dated 3 November, will continue until 29 February 2016.

The system will be distributed 50.7 thousand kilometers of Federal roads and more than 2 million users.