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3D printing hack: Researchers crash drone with sabotaged propeller
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University researchers were able to sabotage a drone by hacking the computer controlling the 3D printer that made its parts, according to a research paper released Thursday. By changing the design of the propellor before printing, they caused the $1
First complete sabotage attack demonstrated on a 3-D printed drone propellerPhys.Org

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TechRepublic

3D printing hack: Researchers crash drone with sabotaged propeller
TechRepublic
University researchers were able to sabotage a drone by hacking the computer controlling the 3D printer that made its parts, according to a research paper released Thursday. By changing the design of the propellor before printing, they caused the $1
First complete sabotage attack demonstrated on a 3-D printed drone propellerPhys.Org

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