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Xerox Addresses the OpenSSL
“Man In The Middle” Vulnerability

Xerox is investigating the “Man In The Middle” vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic software library on it’s hardware and software products. This vulnerability doesn't affect Microsoft Windows or Apple Macintosh client or server software, and is easily fixed on Linux or Solaris operating systems.

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Xerox is investigating the impact of the “Heartbleed bug”
This vulnerability is for the OpenSSL cryptographic software library Version 1.0.1 to 1.0.1f. Although no large-scale attacks have yet been reported, easy-to-use code to exploit the vulnerability and steal data is available.
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Xerox Scanning Update
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Xerox Brand Protection
We’ve taken multiple measures to safeguard our customers from falling victim to counterfeit supplies.
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Malware Alert – Scanned or faxed “from a WorkCentre Pro” or other Xerox device.
Xerox’s Holly Turner advises all users to only open e-mail files that are sent from a reliable, identifiable, and verifiable source. A key way to determine if this is a scam e-mail versus a real e-mail, is that the “From” field of the spam e-mail will mimic an actual user’s e-mail address, as opposed to a machine name address (i.e. wxp245@xerox.com).
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Xerox Experts Weigh In
Alan Sukert commented on a eWeek article about a new report that reveals a vast majority (81.4 percent) of IT security staff think employees ignore security policies and/or rules. In his comment, Alan mentions that the results are consistent with a conclusion from a recent Xerox and McAfee survey that found more than half (54 percent) of employees say they don’t always follow their company’s IT security policies (33 percent) or aren’t even aware of the policies (21 percent).
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Xerox Experts Weigh In
Alan Sukert commented on an InfoSecurity Magazine article about a new Quocirca report that points the fact that printers are increasingly becoming a security hole for leaking sensitive company or client information. In his comment, Alan reiterates the importance of treating networked MFPs in the same manner as PCs and promotes how Xerox is trying to get ahead of this trend with its new security offering.

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Xerox Experts Weigh In
Doug Tallinger commented on a ZDNet article about 10 security best practice guidelines for businesses. In his comment, Doug reinforces the importance of educating IT professionals and employees on safely using MFPs as they are often an overlooked security threat within the office.

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Xerox Experts Weigh In
In response to a USA Today article on the risks of data theft within small businesses, Xerox’s Alan Sukert provides another important tip to protect SMBs from a data breach – through MFP security.

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Making Multifunction Devices Ready for the Enterprise
In a second feature article for Xerox, networking and security expert Mark Gibbs discusses the evolution of multifunction devices (MFDs) and explains why it’s crucial for large enterprises to “lockdown” their MFDs using software like the Xerox and McAfee security solution.
Learn how you can and should lockdown your MFD