Photocopiers Can Be Hacked
Sixty percentage of us don't even think twice about the personal and sensitive data we copy or fax using the office photocopier. Most photocopiers do not die after years of service, but most are sent to businesses that revitalize them like new and then resell to others at a much cheaper amount. However, many of them do not have their hard drives erased or changed. So , a copier can be hacked easily using the correct software one can download to obtain any info that had been scanned or faxed. True.
Your faxed your personal data with maybe bank info etc., it is stored on the hard-drive until erased. A hacker can get this info easily. Think of all the critical businesses that handle financial or credit related info, medical etc., and you can see that suddenly even the copier can become a threat to personal security!
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