Hackers and digital security personnel attend the annual Black Hat conference for digital self defense Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011, in Las Vegas. Even the human bloodstream isn't safe from computer hackers. A security researcher who is diabetic has identified flaws that could allow an attacker to remotely control insulin pumps and alter the readouts of blood-sugar monitors. As a result, diabetics could get too much or too little insulin, a hormone they need for proper metabolism. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)

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Hackers and digital security personnel attend the annual Black Hat conference for digital self defense Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011, in Las Vegas. Even the human bloodstream isn't safe from computer hackers.  A security researcher who is diabetic has identified flaws that could allow an attacker to remotely control insulin pumps and alter the readouts of blood-sugar monitors. As a result, diabetics could get too much or too little insulin, a hormone they need for proper metabolism. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)
Hackers and digital security personnel attend the annual Black Hat conference for digital self defense Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011, in Las Vegas. Even the human bloodstream isn't safe from computer hackers. A security researcher who is diabetic has identified flaws that could allow an attacker to remotely control insulin pumps and alter the readouts of blood-sugar monitors. As a result, diabetics could get too much or too little insulin, a hormone they need for proper metabolism. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)
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