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Re: [IP] Medtronic Hacking Issue????

 Hi Steve,I have a 723 and heard a 2.4 is safe. A 2.4 or less needs to be
replaced.B Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
 -------- Original message --------From: george lovelace
<email @ redacted> Date: 7/2/19 9:37 AM
(GMT-08:00) To: Insulin Pumpers <email @ redacted> Subject: Re: [IP]
Medtronic Hacking Issue???? Steve, whatever you do, DO NOT send it to
Medtronic.B There are a lot ofpeople that would be willing to give you a lot
more than anything Medtronicis giving. As usual they don't know what they are
talking about.B Make aDifference in a Loopers
Tue, Jul 2, 2019 at 11:20 AM Steve Smith
<email @ redacted> wrote:> Anyone have valid
information on what Medtronic pumps and what versions are> involved with this
possible "hacking issue"?B I have talked to three> different people at Medtronic
and gotten three different answers.B I have a> spare MM722 that I use as a
backup. It is Version 2.4A and the last gal at> Minimed told me that it was only
508 pumps with a version less than 2.4> were> part of the hacking scare so mine
would not qualify.B Anyone know if this> information is correct or not?>>>>
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