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HP Launches Printer Bug Bounty Program
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Anamikasinha123
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3/31/2020 | 4:57:24 AM
Re: Ancient threat
 Thanks for putting this information . Here is a blog which will help to Fix Missing Network Printer issues in the windows system. The main issue is of outdated drivers if printer stop working. So you should update all the drivers
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8/3/2018 | 10:34:33 AM
Ancient threat
How many remember, and tested, the infamous google search string for OFFICEJET printers that could access and display the internal web page of officejets AROUND the world and with internal IP address to boot!!!   i tried it an dit worked - impressive failure indeed. 


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