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Attacking Data Integrity & Hacking Radiation Monitoring Devices

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BLACK HAT USA 2017 -- IOActive researcher Ruben Santamarta visits the Dark Reading News Desk to discuss radio-based vulnerabilities on radiation monitoring devices and how the integrity of critical data can be manipulated to simulate or exacerbate emergency situations and complicate incident response.

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