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Hardcoded Credentials Found in Medical System

Discussion in 'SecurityWeek' started by RSS, May 30, 2016.

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    Carnegie Mellon University's CERT has issued a security advisory on the MEDHOST Perioperative Information Management System (PIMS), a system designed to streamline the progress from patient introduction to surgery. It's not a vulnerability we should expect these days - especially for a medical system - but PIMS contains hardcoded credentials. These credentials provide access to the customer database.

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