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New Attacks Demonstrated Against Several Vendors' Multi-Function Print Devices

An attack against a Canon multifunction printer has recently been demonstrated that replaces the device software with a game. Xerox is aware of this and we are investigating any potential impact to Xerox devices.

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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 investigates LDAP vulnerability
Xerox is currently investigating a possible attack against the LDAP directory feature on its devices. All customers are advised to make sure the device administrative passwords are changed from the default and use both letters and numbers. Further details will be posted when available.
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Xerox Scanning Update
Find latest patches here.

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Setting device defaults for scan settings  

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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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BadUSB Exploit
BadUSB, a proof-of-concept virus, has demonstrated USB firmware vulnerability. We investigated the impact on Xerox device USB ports and put forth recommended actions.

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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.
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