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Default HP Sued Over Security Flaw in Printers

As predicted, HP is now being sued over that security flaw found in the company's printers. A lawsuit against Hewlett-Packard alleges that the company sold LaserJet printers that it knew had a security flaw in them that could allow hackers to steal data, take control of networks and even cause physical damage to printers through overheating.

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