3D Printing, Cybersecurity, and Audio Fingerprinting

Some researchers have lately been pondering what might happen ifsomeone break into your 3D printer. Of course, you could bring a printer down to deny service, or cause things to malfunction — maybe even in ways that could be dangerous if the printer didn’t have sufficient safety features. But these researchers are more crafty. They are studying how you know what you’ve printed hasn’t been subtly sabotaged. They also think they have an answer.

Source: 3D Printing, Cybersecurity, and Audio Fingerprinting | Hackaday

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