Keurig’s newer coffee makers actually refuse to brew coffee if the little “K-cup” put in them is not actually a little “K-cup”, to force you to buy proprietary. Just like the way Apple deliberately uses non-standard plugs and ports in its electronics. But this is coffee.
And bless the miscreant in us all because someone figured out how to bypass this security measure and made a website just to share how easy it is to commit this, this heinous crime
Bless us all