An array of medication-management systems from Becton Dickinson (NYSE: BDX) are vulnerable to the industry-wide KRACK key-reinstallation cyber attack, according to the company and to the Dept. of Homeland Security.
The glitch, which was first reported last year, is a vulnerability in the WPA2 protocol for securing Wi-Fi that can imperil the confidentiality and integrity of communication between a Wi-Fi access point and an enabled client, such as a computer, phone or other gear – even if the data is encrypted.
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