Hit with a Speeding Fine Lately? Don't Cop It - the Age

Any driver hit with a fine by Victoria's virus-addled speed cameras this month should strongly consider challenging it in court, traffic law experts say.

The potential legal challenge has been foreshadowed at the same time as Fairfax can reveal camera-operator Redflex's own staff held serious concerns about outdated and unmaintained software well before this month's attack.

Computer security experts have also raised serious doubts about whether the virus blamed, WannaCry, was actually responsible for the attack, raising questions about Redflex's response to the crisis.

The state's entire speed camera system is suspended after Redflex said they had detected the WannaCry virus, a dangerous piece of ransomware already wreaking havoc across the globe, on the cameras' systems.

On Friday police said the virus was confined to 55 cameras, upped that number to 97 on Saturday, and then finally had to suspend all 280 cameras after the government announced it feared the virus had infected the whole network.

Almost 10,000 fines have been withdrawn or suspended in case they are incorrect.

A review is under way by Road Safety Camera Commissioner John Voyage, who will decide if fines issued between June 6 and 22, when the virus was on the cameras, will stand.

Even if Mr Voyage rules they will, traffic lawyer Michael Kuzilny said drivers should seriously consider challenging a fine in court.

"My view is Victoria Police are trying to play this whole thing down, and it's a lot more serious than anticipated," he said.

"At this stage we know about 100 cameras in the system have been corrupted. How do we know the entire system has not been corrupted? This is a very powerful and dangerous virus." Sylvie Maranis, a partner with GTC Lawyers, said fined drivers should definitely speak to a lawyer.

"I expect we'll see a few court cases run soon," she said.

A former Redflex staff member told Fairfax the software running the state's speed-camera network was ancient and rarely updated.

In one case, an important security patch took more than a year to get government approval to be rolled out.

"The government takes forever to approve an update - so it's not the company's fault. Anything, performance patches, system patches, it takes forever." The virus was spread by a USB stick used by an independent contractor who was supposed to be testing the cameras.

The former staff member said independent contractors regularly damaged speed cameras when they tested them.

"When they broke, we were happy as a company, because it meant it was outside the contract - because we could charge the Department of Justice when they broke things." The suggestion the virus spread via USB means it is highly unlikely to be WannaCry, according to several security researchers.

Fairfax understands government investigators are strongly leaning toward another virus being responsible.

WannaCry is designed to exploit a vulnerability in older versions of Windows. There are no recorded instances of it spreading by USB, several security researchers told Fairfax.

"The more information that comes out the less it looks like WannaCry is involved," University of Melbourne cybersecurity expert Dr Chris Culnane said.

Whatever the virus ends up being, the experts questioned how the government could maintain it has confidence the camera network was working normally.

"The idea that these machines run Windows XP is shocking but not overly surprising - it's a sign of widespread poor information security culture," said the University of Melbourne's Toby Murray.

"I can't see how Redflex or the government could claim to have full confidence that these cameras are operating as intended." Redflex declined to comment. The state government has been contacted for comment.

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