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Hackers Could Remotely Manipulate Medical Devices Used By Diabetics

Insulin pumps are vulnerable to determined hackers who could also remotely mess up the readings of blood-sugar monitors, Jerome Radcliffe, a security researcher who has diabetes revealed at the Black Hat computer security conference, Las Vegas, Nevada. In other words, a hacker could cause a diabetic patient to receive either too much or too little insulin. Radcliffe says he experimented on his own equipment.
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