Security weaknesses found at five more health websites

Five websites operated by three district health boards have been found to have potential security vulnerabilities, the Ministry of Health says.

The Ministry of Health ordered the scan of 600 websites operated by DHBs and primary health organisations, after it was revealed a website belonging to Tū Ora Compass Health had been hacked.

The Government Communications Security Bureau’s National Cyber Security Centre scanned the websites to see if they had the same vulnerabilities as those which enabled the Tū Ora breach.

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