80,000 printers are exposing their IPP port online

Catalin Cimpanu reports that some lessons that could have been learned years ago — and should have been — are still unlearned by too many.

In a report published earlier this month, security researchers from the Shadowserver Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on improving cyber-security practices across the world, have published a warning about companies that are leaving printers exposed online.

More specifically, Shadowserver experts scanned all the four billion routable IPv4 addresses for printers that are exposing their IPP port.

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