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Jay Radcliffe displays a radio device he uses to perform an attack on an insulin pump at the annual Black Hat conference last year.

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Jay Radcliffe displays a radio device he uses to perform an attack on an insulin pump at the annual Black Hat conference last year.

Insulin Pump Hacker, Medical Device Maker Come to the Table

When Jay Radcliffe went public last year with his discovery that some insulin pumps can be hacked, he didn’t expect it would take a year to get a meeting with the company that makes the vulnerable products. Yet that’s about...

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Barnaby Jack uses a mannequin equipped with an insulin pump to demonstrate the security vulnerabilities of wireless medical devices.

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Barnaby Jack uses a mannequin equipped with an insulin pump to demonstrate the security vulnerabilities of wireless medical devices.

Hacker Shows Off Lethal Attack By Controlling Wireless Medical Device

In his San Francisco apartment, Barnaby Jack waves a small antenna to demonstrate how a deadly hacker attack against a diabetic would begin. The 34-year-old is best known for hacking into cash machines and making them spit out money on...

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