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re: Modern techniques to prevent hacking in medical systems
cdhmanning   7/26/2012 2:55:37 AM
Refreshing to see an article that does not use Stuxnet as FUD. However, I don't get it... This supposedly prevents chip level hacking. If an attacker can get in the box and fiddle with chips then he can quite easily remove the "secure" chip and solder on a hacked chip without the security stuff enabled.

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