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Printers coulbe be the next attack vector

rcoxdav (648172) writes | more than 2 years ago

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rcoxdav (648172) writes "Researchers have found that the upgradeable firmware on some laser printers can be easily updated and compromised. These updated firmwares could then be used to do anything from overheat the printer to being used for compromising a network."
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Deskjets too (1)

skids (119237) | more than 2 years ago | (#38202424)

A couple years ago I managed to get a uClinux kernel to boot on a very old HP deskjet. The lasers use similar firmware upgrade procedures. See my sig.

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