Could someone send a “Vote for Josh” message to networked printers?
TheCount 19 weeks ago
We have a number of HP printers that suddenly started displaying the message “Vote for Josh.” It is on our network, could someone have taken advantage of this to “hack” the display message. We don’t have a Josh at my office, by the way, so there are no obvious suspects.
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