Medtronic cardio defibrillators vulnerable to MITM attacks & hacking

Medtronic cardio defibrillators vulnerable to MITM attacks & hacking

Medtronic cardio defibrillators vulnerable to MITM attacks & hacking

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) of the US Department of Homeland Security has issued an advisory concerning critical flaws in the Conexus telemetry protocol in cardio defibrillators issued by Medtronic that could allow hackers to interfere with or modify the radio frequency communication in devices as well as read and write any valid memory location on such devices.

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