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Re: Part V: Case Study: Highlighting a Successful Design Example
mclaus   11/30/2012 12:16:41 PM
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Yes - we sell the 'the ability to treat patients' with our products to our customers over the web.  They pay, we download a certain number of treatments into the system to allow them to deliver the treatments.  Often we place the equipment of free, but make money by selling the tretments.

A group in China learned to hack the code that allowed download of treatment, as was selling that hack to our customers.  Big problem, but we did finally get it resolved. 

  



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