70,000 Obamacare records could possibly be hacked in just four minutes, says security expert A noted hacker who is one of the good guys and who owns a firm focused on finding security flaws in federal government and corporate websites says it recently took him all of four minutes to hack into Healthcare bluepill.net .gov, the government government’s online Obamacare exchange. And what’s more, the same expert acquired warned Congress previously that the website was insecure. In a recent interview with Chris Wallace on Fox Information Sunday, hacking expert David Kennedy said that penetrating Health care.gov was pretty easy. In fact, Kennedy stated he could gain access to 70,000 personal records of Obamacare enrollees through the website in four minutes – more speedily than it takes to enroll for insurance plan through the glitch-prone site, which includes cost taxpayers hundreds of millions to develop already.
7 health workers face firing squad after being detained for over 5 years A Libyan court has sentenced six Bulgarian wellness employees and a Palestinian doctor convicted of spreading Helps to death by firsing squad. The seven were originally arrested in February 1999 and have since been incarcerated within an inconspicuous grey compound in Tripoli’s chaotic western suburbs. They have already been found guilty of infecting around 393 kids at a medical center in Benghazi with the HIV virus. 43 of the small children have since died. Moves to appeal the sentence are being put in place according to Bulgarian public radio currently. In a dark twist nine Libyan doctors who were accused of negligence in the case were pronounced not guilty by the courtroom.