Homeland Security warns of worrying flaw that could let hackers easily take over cardio defibrillators after they've been implanted and rewrite the commands | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Homeland Security warns of worrying flaw that could let hackers easily take over cardio defibrillators after they've been implanted and rewrite the commands

Homeland Security has issued a security warning for Medtronic's implantable cardiac devices that makes them vulnerable to hacking.

The Department of Homeland Security said the critical flaw could allow hackers to use radio communications to hijack defibrillators and issue commands for them after they're implanted in a patient.

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