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Security researcher Jay Radcliffe is a diabetic who is connected to an insulin pump and glucose monitor at all times. He said that combination of devices turned him into a Human SCADA system. Radcliffe decided to find out if proprietary wireless communication could be reverse-engineered and a device used to launch an injection attack that would manipulate a diabetic's insulin and possibly cause a patient's death. At the Black Hat security conference, Radcliffe is sharing his findings in his presentation called, "Hacking Medical Devices for Fun and Insulin: Breaking the Human SCADA System."
Originally posted by BrianC
To be fair, hackers are terrorists by definition. That being said, terrorism against an evil entity will surely be viewed as just
Use a computer to gain unauthorized access to data in a system
- they hacked into a bank's computer
Gain unauthorized access to (data in a computer)
- hacking private information from computers
The use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims
Originally posted by neo96
hey news flash hackers aint good people.
hackers break the law and they do escalate its only a matter of time before something seriously aweful happens
and you know why?
too many people are defending these people as just harmless.