[SecurityWeek] Flaws in Pneumatic Tube System Can Facilitate Cyberattacks on North American Hospitals

Several serious vulnerabilities discovered in a widely used pneumatic tube system made by Swisslog Healthcare can be highly useful for ransomware attacks aimed at hospitals, according to enterprise IoT security firm Armis.

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