At RSA 2017 we caught up with Zeev Glozman to discuss his research on how to exploit little known vulnerabilities within medical imaging DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) files.

Glozman discovered this widespread vulnerability that turns medical imaging into an attack vector when patients, doctors and hospitals exchange MRIs, ultrasounds, etc on disks that can contain altered payloads that can trigger remote code execution.

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