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I noted this last week.New insulin pump flaws highlights security risks from medical devicesAttackers exploit flaws in the Animas OneTouch Ping insulin pump system to deliver dangerous insulin dosesLucian Constantin (IDG News Service) 05 October, 2016 07:09 Medical device manufacturer Animas, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, is warning diabetic patients who use its OneTouch Ping insulin pumps about security issues that could allow hackers to deliver unauthorized doses of insulin.
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