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Foiling Medical Implant Hackers
9/24/2013

Professor Farinaz Koushanfar (left) at Rice University and doctoral candidate Masoud Rostami (right) created a system to secure implantable medical devices like pacemakers and insulin pumps from wireless attacks. 
(Source: Jeff Fitlow/Rice University)
Professor Farinaz Koushanfar (left) at Rice University and doctoral candidate Masoud Rostami (right) created a system to secure implantable medical devices like pacemakers and insulin pumps from wireless attacks.
(Source: Jeff Fitlow/Rice University)

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krisi
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Re: encryption
krisi   9/24/2013 6:42:38 PM
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never mind my question, i get it now

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encryption
krisi   9/24/2013 6:41:23 PM
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pretty cool encryption scheme...so what happens when your heart beats changes its rythm and encryption fails?

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