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Friday, March 4, 2016

The Sounds From A 3D Printer Might Allow A Design To Be Pirated

Sounds Emitted by 3D Printers Could Put Intellectual Property at Risk (+Video)

Kira [] | March 2, 2016

A new study from the University of California, Irvine, has revealed the surprising fact that the sounds emitted from a 3D printer could be enough to compromise valuable intellectual property, allowing cyber attackers to reverse-engineer and re-create 3D printed objects based off of nothing more than a smartphone audio recording.


<more at; related links and articles: (Bad vibrations: UCI researchers find security breach in 3-D printing process. March 2, 2016) and (+Video) (A short video presentation on our current work on Manufacturing Security (3D-printer - a cyber-physical system. January 20, 2016)>

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