The heyday of fax technology may have been in the 80s, but all-in-one printers found throughout homes and offices often still include a fax machine. And telephonic transmission has resisted the rise of email and other internet-connected messaging tools in a variety of fields, including healthcare and law enforcement.
On the latest episode of “Hackable?” we learn if this dated, but still used, technology puts entire networks at risk. Geoff invites two Israeli cybersecurity researchers to test the seldom-used fax machine and printer sitting in the corner of his home office. Listen and learn what they are able to do with only a $5 modem, Geoff’s fax number, and a Python script.
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