By Steve Ragan
Networked HP LaserJet printers, which have been made available to the public by the organizations hosting them, offer potential attackers a ready-made Anonymous FTP server. At present, there are thousands of these devices online.
The exposed printers were the focus of a new blog post by Chris Vickery. Vickery has previously worked with Salted Hash on a number of stories including database leaks that exposed class records at SNHU, 3.3 million Hello Kitty fans, 191 million voter records, and an additional 18 million voter records with targeted data.
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