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A vulnerability found in an interaction between a Wi-Fi-enabled battery system and an infusion pump for the delivery of medication could provide bad actors with a method for stealing access to Wi-Fi networks used by healthcare organizations, according to Boston-based security firm Rapid7. The most serious issue involves Baxter International’s SIGMA Spectrum infusion pump and […]

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According to Benjamin Franklin, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” This sentiment definitely applies to operating mobile networks and their technology lifecycle on the 5G journey and beyond. Mobile networks are complex, and communications service providers (CSPs) must deal with this complexity to support new technologies while assuring existing technologies and […]

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Mobile devices use these probe requests to receive information about nearby Wi-Fi access points and establish connections to them when a probe response is received. Attackers that can sniff network traffic, the academics say, can use these probe requests to track and identify devices, and even pinpoint their location. According to them, roughly a quarter […]

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