Visible to the public "Researchers Find Worrying Security Vulnerability in GE Healthcare Anesthesia Machines"Conflict Detection Enabled

GE Healthcare's anesthesia and respiratory devices have been discovered to contain a security vulnerability. According to the CyberMDX researchers who discovered the vulnerability, attackers could exploit it to perform malicious activities such as silence alarms, alter logs, manipulate gas compositions, and more. The vulnerability affects Aestiva anesthesia delivery equipment as well as Aespire models, 7100 and 7900. This article continues to discuss the devices affected by the security vulnerability, what the exploitation of this vulnerability requires, the malicious activities that could be carried out by attackers through this exploitation, and GE Healthcare's response to this discovery made by researchers.

TNW reports "Researchers Find Worrying Security Vulnerability in GE Healthcare Anesthesia Machines"