Flaw in GE Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices

Flaw in GE Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices

Researchers have discovered a vulnerability that could allow an attacker to send remote commands that will interfere with the device’s normal working order in the protocol of in-hospital anesthesia devices, GE Aestiva and GE Aespire (models 7100 and 7900), according to the US Department of Homeland Security’

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