Hackers 'could target anaesthetic devices'

Security researchers have found a vulnerability in a networking protocol used in popular hospital anesthesia and respiratory machines, which they say if exploited could be used to maliciously tamper with the devices. Researchers at healthcare security firm CyberMDX said that the protocol used in the GE Aestiva and GE Aespire devices can be used to […]

Hackers 'could target anaesthetic devices'

The machines, which have been used by the NHS, were recently found to have a security vulnerability.

Wed 10 Jul 19 from BBC Technology

Flaws in hospital anesthesia and respiratory devices allow remote tampering

Security researchers have found a vulnerability in a networking protocol used in popular hospital anesthesia and respiratory machines, which they say if exploited could be used to maliciously ...

Tue 9 Jul 19 from TechCrunch

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