Corpus ID: 861069

Implications of Malicious 3 D Printer Firmware

@inproceedings{Moore2016ImplicationsOM,
  title={Implications of Malicious 3 D Printer Firmware},
  author={Samuel Bennett Moore and William Bradley Glisson},
  year={2016}
}
The utilization of 3D printing technology within the manufacturing process creates an environment that is potentially conducive to malicious activity. Previous research in 3D printing focused on attack vector identification and intellectual property protection. This research develops and implements malicious code using Printrbot’s branch of the open source Marlin 3D printer firmware. Implementations of the malicious code were activated based on a specified printer command sent from a desktop… Expand
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