dr0wned - Cyber-Physical Attack with Additive Manufacturing

@article{Belikovetsky2016dr0wnedC,
  title={dr0wned - Cyber-Physical Attack with Additive Manufacturing},
  author={Sofia Belikovetsky and Mark Yampolskiy and Jinghui Toh and Yuval Elovici},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1609.00133}
}
Additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, is an emerging manufacturing technology that is expected to have far-reaching socioeconomic, environmental, and geopolitical implications. As use of this technology increases, it will become more common to produce functional parts, including components for safety-critical systems. AM's dependence on computerization raises the concern that the manufactured part's quality can be compromised by sabotage. This paper demonstrates the validity of this… CONTINUE READING

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