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Print Me If You Dare: Firmware Modification Attacks and the Rise of Printer Malware

Cui, Ang; Stolfo, Salvatore

Network printers are ubiquitous fixtures within the modern IT infrastructure. Residing within sensitive networks and lacking in security, these devices represent high-value targets that can theoretically be used not only to manipulate and exfiltrate the sensitive information such as network credentials and sensitive documents, but also as fully functional general-purpose bot-nodes which give attackers a stealthy, persistent foothold inside the victim network for further recognizance, exploitation and exfiltration.

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28th Chaos Communication Congress, Berlin, Germany, December 27-30, 2011. Video available at http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:14902.

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