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Insulin pump vulnerabilities could lead to overdose

Three security flaws have been uncovered by researchers in a popular device used by diabetics.
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Johnson & Johnson, a major maker of medical devices has for the first time issued a warning about a potential computer security flaw in a consumer product, but cautions that the danger to patients is extremely low.        

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