A patient imaging solution from Canon Medical was found to have a cybersecurity vulnerability that could grant hackers access to sensitive patient information.  

Cybersecurity vulnerabilities have been identified in third-party software for Canon Medical’s Vitrea View product, potentially putting patient information in jeopardy, according to a security advisory released Thursday by cybersecurity firm Trustwave Spiderlab.

A Trustwave researcher discovered two vulnerabilities in Vitrea View that could allow an attacker to access patient information, potentially modify information, and gain access to sensitive information and credentials for other services integrated with the platform.

Vitrea View is a tool that’s used to view medical images and other documents. Canon Medical did not respond to a request for comment by publication.

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