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Three security vulnerabilities in a popular insulin pump were revealed today, but the researcher who discovered them doesn’t want you to worry about it too much. The problems in the Animas OneTouch Ping wireless insulin pump were discovered by Jay Radcliffe, security researcher at Rapid7 and himself a Type I diabetic.

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Researchers from Viral Security Group have discovered three vulnerabilities in Samsung Knox, a security platform that allows users to maintain separate identities for work and personal use, and is built into some of the company’s Android smartphones and tablets.

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BINOM3, a multi-functional revenue energy meter and power quality analyzer from Russia-based Algoritm, is plagued by several serious vulnerabilities for which patches don’t appear to exist. The flaws were discovered by security researcher Karn Ganeshen and reported to the vendor via ICS-CERT on May 25. Since the company has not responded to ICS-CERT’s notifications, the […]

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