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Johnson & Johnson says people with diabetes don't need to worry about potentially lethal wireless attacks on insulin pumps

Rapid7 security researcher Jay Radcliffe (previously) has Type I diabetes, and has taken a personal interest in rooting out vulnerabilities in the networked, wireless-equipped blood-sugar monitors and insulin-pumps marketed to people with diabetes, repeatedly discovering potentially lethal defects in these devices. (moreā€¦)
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