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Darkomega85

Good, fuck wage slavery.


CanadianIdi0t

Maybe people will finally think what about life beyond their limitations could be like


piccini9

insecure receipt printers ?


Kowzorz

Have you never seen any arbitrary business's intranet? Shit's a disaster even if they're IT focused, let alone if they're not.


merrythough

I remember in high school if I brought my laptop to school and connected to the wifi I could see and print to any printer on campus by just going to add a printer. Probably a few more steps for a receipt printer but I can imagine the general strategy.


OperationMobocracy

The state university I worked for was like this. I could see all the printers, campus wide. Now this was in 1990 and you had to be hard wired into the network. A buddy who worked elsewhere on campus and I used to print crazy shit all over campus. Wacky manifestos, Freak Brothers comics, nudes, legalize pot posters, etc.


radome9

A reddit post about a news article about reddit posts.


SMF67

Based


pinkocatgirl

I love the end of the article. "Are you the one doing this? Snitch on yourself here!"


autotldr

This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://www.vice.com/en/article/qjbb9d/hackers-are-spamming-businesses-receipt-printers-with-antiwork-manifestos) reduced by 79%. (I'm a bot) ***** > Someone or multiple people are blasting "Antiwork" manifestos to receipt printers at businesses around the world, according to people who claim to have seen the printed manifesto, dozens of posts on Reddit, and a cybersecurity company that is analyzing network traffic to insecure printers. > Morris has a history of catching hackers exploiting insecure printers. > "A technical person is broadcasting print requests for a document containing workers rights messaging to all printers that are misconfigured to be exposed to the internet and we've confirmed that it is printing successfully in some number of places the exact number would be difficult to confirm but Shodan suggests that thousands of printers are exposed," he added, referring to Shodan, a tool that scans the internet for insecure computers, servers, and other devices. ***** [**Extended Summary**](http://np.reddit.com/r/autotldr/comments/r9828g/hackers_are_spamming_businesses_receipt_printers/) | [FAQ](http://np.reddit.com/r/autotldr/comments/31b9fm/faq_autotldr_bot/ "Version 2.02, ~611070 tl;drs so far.") | [Feedback](http://np.reddit.com/message/compose?to=%23autotldr "PM's and comments are monitored, constructive feedback is welcome.") | *Top* *keywords*: **print**^#1 **message**^#2 **people**^#3 **work**^#4 **read**^#5