Anycubic 3D printers hacked worldwide to expose security flaw

Customers of Anycubic have reported online that someone has hacked their 3D printers, alerting users to the possibility of assaults.

The perpetrator of this issue informed the impacted users that their printer is compromised by a critical security flaw by uploading a hacked_machine_readme.gcode file to their devices. This file typically provides instructions for 3D printing.

Using the company’s MQTT service API, this vulnerability is said to allow potential attackers to take control of any Anycubic 3D printer that is impacted.

Along with requesting Anycubic to open-source its 3D printers, the file that the affected devices got also claims that Anycubic’s software “is lacking.”

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