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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-28-2019, 05:55 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by dagget3450 View Post
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I found this really disturbing, while not new or itself news i think it is worth discussing?
Solution is obviously analog machines. They work, and doctors that are not completely blind see nice details that digital machines have too low resolution to produce. Rays fall directly at photo plate, thus there is no problem with remote hack.
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Just unplug the damn internet connection already. Why does a stupid xray need networking. I know I know the western modern all connected hospitals and what not but guess what it works fine elsewhere where doctors still use hard copies and paper instead of having fantasy tablets and whole hospital turned into a video game like in Grey's anatomy.
The article had nothing to do with internet access. They were using the hospital's network.
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To pull off the attack, the researchers created a USB-to-Ethernet device, which can be connected to a hospital workstation to secretly take over a CT machine.

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The article had nothing to do with internet access. They were using the hospital's network.
Basically, they needed hardware access.

Also, in my previous job, where i was in a hospital, the PACS network was cut from outside access. And from most of the other inner networks. Its POSSIBLE to hack it from outside, but the difficulty raises a lot. With the level of security most hospitals have (both IT and on-premise), you would probably deal with it faster, by going on the spot.

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