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Hundreds of Thousands of Konica Printers Vulnerable to Hacking via ​​Physical Access

12
May
2022
Hundreds of Thousands of Konica Printers Vulnerable to Hacking via ​​Physical Access

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The analysis was conducted in late 2019 and it targeted Konica Minolta bizhub C3300i and C3350i multi-function printers (MFPs).

SEC Consult said the vendor was responsive and produced firmware and operating system patches in early 2020, but details are only being disclosed now because the COVID-19 pandemic prevented the delivery of the fixes to devices. While a remote firmware update mechanism is being rolled out, the patches in many cases need to be manually installed by a service technician.

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