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Phone calls to the MEDICALL help service were stored as WAV audio files on an unsecured server. Picture via .
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b9AcE 🐊 18 Feb 19
Replying to @mikko
Hey, I don't know if you as being from Finland also know Swedish, so I thought just in case... you might want to know the probably most major further developments on 1177: I summary-translated in tweets too.
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@mikko 18 Feb 19
Replying to @b9AcE
Yeah thanks. I can read Swedish. Slowly. Actually, I can even speak Swedish. When I'm drunk.
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monkeypawwishes 18 Feb 19
Replying to @mikko @b9AcE
Well, I know what I'm going to have nightmares about tonight. Not as a patient...as an IT person whose work is governed by HIPAA.
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Chris 🌈🌟 18 Feb 19
Replying to @tapanitero @mikko
Probably just dumped the original audio data to disk. Phone calls (at least in the US) are pretty low bitrate. Compute overhead wouldn't have been worth the storage savings
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Emil Haag 18 Feb 19
Replying to @mikko @b9AcE
Oh boi
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Eloy 18 Feb 19
Replying to @mikko @b9AcE
It uses port 443 but there's no TLS? Interesting configuration.
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Ciro Iriarte 18 Feb 19
Replying to @rfc1087 @mikko @b9AcE
"Use port 443, it's secure"
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Chris 🌈🌟 18 Feb 19
Replying to @mikko @b9AcE
Honestly surprised the count is so low given the date range in the screenshot
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Chris 🌈🌟 18 Feb 19
Replying to @mikko @b9AcE
Nevermind, country population: 10 million. Hashtag context
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