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Ripple20 Vulnerabilities Could Impact Hundreds of Millions of Connected Devices

Kobi Rubin | Jun 18

How to Understand Your Exposure and Mitigate Your Risks A set of 19 zero-day vulnerabilities, Ripple20, has just been announced that could affect hundreds of millions of devices in use today across the globe. JSOF research lab discovered the vulnerabilities... Read More

New Critical Windows 10 Exploit – Attacks Seen, No Patch Yet

Kobi Rubin | Mar 24

What this could mean for your clinical network and what you can do to mitigate the risks Type 1 Font Parsing Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities On March 23, Microsoft issued an Advisory on two critical remote code execution (RCE) vulnerabilities... Read More

SweynTooth – What are the risks to healthcare and how Medigate can help mitigate them

Kobi Rubin | Mar 12

A collection of Bluetooth-related vulnerabilities, dubbed SweynTooth, could put a number of medical devices at risk. This blog provides information designed to help healthcare delivery organizations understand the risks posed by SweynTooth and determine how best to mitigate their exposure... Read More

Alaris Pump Recall

Kobi Rubin | Mar 6

How to Mitigate Your Organization’s Exposure with Medigate On February 4th of this year, Becton Dickinson (BD)/CareFusion 303 issued a “Medical Device Recall Notification” to address “specific software issues with the BD Alaris System™ System Infusion Pumps. March 6th, the... Read More

Curveball – What the Microsoft Vulnerability Means for Your Organization and How to Protect Yourself

Kobi Rubin | Feb 5

Microsoft recently issued a patch to address a new critical vulnerability that, if exploited, could enable an attacker to trick users into downloading a malicious executable or conduct a man-in-the-middle (MitM) attack. The vulnerability, called Curveball (CVE-2020-0601), was initially disclosed... Read More

Take the steps to secure your devices from URGENT/11

Kobi Rubin | Aug 6

After the disclosure of BlueKeep in May and SACK Panic in June, July almost passed without a major operating system vulnerability. Following Windows and Linux, this time VxWorks operating systems are under the spotlight, with eleven vulnerabilities announced by the... Read More

Protect Your Hospital Against SACK Panic

Jonathan Langer | Jun 20

One month after BlueKeep, another major operating system vulnerability has been discovered this week, this time in the Linux kernel. In its security advisory, Netflix described four vulnerabilities in the way the kernel handles TCP networking. The most severe one... Read More

Will BlueKeep be the next WannaCry?

Jonathan Langer | May 19

It’s been almost two years to the day (May 12, 2017) when WannaCry struck networks around the world. It’s a not-so-happy anniversary for healthcare, but it was the event that precipitated the founding of Medigate. Fast forward two years to... Read More