Researcher Finds HP Printer Security Flaw

A cybersecurity researcher has discovered an easy way for a hacker to
swipe copies of documents scanned by Hewlett-Packard all-in-one printers
widely used in workplace settings. Read the full article. [The Last Watchdog]

A cybersecurity researcher has discovered an easy way for a hacker to
swipe copies of documents scanned by Hewlett-Packard all-in-one printers
widely used in workplace settings. Read the full article. [The Last Watchdog]

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