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MEDJACK 2: Old malware used in new medical device hijacking attacks to breach hospitals

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    Attackers are packaging the newest and most sophisticated attack tools in long out-of-date malware wrappers, targeting medical devices running legacy operating systems, to breach hospital networks for advanced persistent attacks.

    Last year, TrapX Security revealed how attackers were infecting medical devices with malware, then moving laterally through hospital networks to steal confidential data. They called it MEDJACK for medical device hijack. Attackers have evolved, so today the firm released a MEDJACK 2 report, ÔÇťAnatomy of an Attack - Medical Device Hijack 2."

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