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A Smart Pump Used By Hospitals To Deliver IV Drugs Is Vulnerable To Wireless Attacks

The last place you should have to worry about being hacked is laid out in a hospital bed. But as wireless devices continue to fill patient rooms, those fears can't help but grow. More »      
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