WorkCentre 6400 Información de seguridad
Xerox Security Bulletin XRX12-005 V1.1 (PDF 103.3K)
March 25, 2013
The Xerox devices ColorQube® 9201/9202/9203, ColorQube® 9301/9302/9303, WorkCentre® 232/238/245/255/265/275, WorkCentre® 5030/5050, WorkCentre® 5135/5150, WorkCentre® 5632/5638/5645/5655/5665/5675/5687, WorkCentre® 5735/5740/5745/5755/5765/5775/5790, WorkCentre® 6400, WorkCentre® 7525/7530/7535/7545/7556, WorkCentre® 7655/7665/7675, WorkCentre® 7755/7765/7775, WorkCentre® Bookmark 40/55, WorkCentre Pro® 232/238/245/255/265/275 were shipped with certain protocols enabled that, if properly exploited, could be used to gain
unauthorized access to the system. These particular protocols should not have been present in the production configuration and need to be removed from that configuration to minimize the possibility of unauthorized system access.
A software solution (patch P49) is provided for the products listed. This solution will remove from the production configuration the unwanted protocols in question so they can’t be exploited to gain unauthorized access to the system.
This solution is designed to be installed by the customer. The software solution is compressed into a 3 KB zip file and can be accessed via the link below or via the link following this bulletin announcement on http://www.xerox.com/security.
Software available through this link:
(zip archive 2.5K)
Generic Xerox Multifunction Device Secure Installation and Operation Guide v1.0 (PDF 232.7K)
September 06, 2012
Xerox Security Bulletin XRX12-003 v1.1 (PDF 185.5K)
March 07, 2012
NOTE: We are re-issuing this bulletin due to a spelling error of the name of one of the researchers. No technical content in the bulletin has changed.
Vulnerabilities exist that, if exploited, could allow remote attackers to insert arbitrary code into the device. This could occur with a specifically crafted Postscript or firmware job submitted to the device. If successful, an attacker could make unauthorized changes to the system configuration; however, customer and user passwords are not exposed.
As part of Xerox’s on-going efforts to protect customers, the ability to accept these specially crafted jobs can be disabled for the affected products listed in the bulletin. Links for the software needed are contained inside the bulletin.
Hard Drive Retention Offering for Xerox Products in the United States (PDF 781.5K)
February 08, 2012
WorkCentre 6400 Statement Of Volatility (PDF 226.7K)
October 05, 2010
WorkCentre 6400 Information Assurance Disclosure Paper (PDF 460.3K)
June 14, 2010
Xerox Security Bulletin XRX10-002 (PDF 113K)
March 29, 2010
Original Release January 22, 2010
Vulnerabilities exist in the Network Controller and Web Server of the WorkCentre 5632/5638/5645/5655/5665/5675/5687, WorkCentre 5030/5050, WorkCentre 5135/5150, WorkCentre 6400, WorkCentre 7655/7665/7675, WorkCentre 7755/7765/7775, WorkCentre/WorkCentre Pro 232/238/245/255/265/275 and ColorQube 9201/9202/9203 products. If exploited these vulnerabilities could permit an attacker to either bypass Scan to Mailbox authorization to access mailboxes stored on the device or bypass web server authorization to view device configuration settings. Customer and user passwords are not exposed.
> Download Software Update for the WorkCentre, WorkCentre Pro and ColorQube products listed above
(zip archive 2.5M)
Xerox Security Bulletin XRX10-001 (PDF 75.8K)
January 22, 2010
A vulnerability exists in the Network Controller of the WorkCentre 6400. If exploited the vulnerability could potentially permit unauthorized access to the Network Controller directory structure via a carefully constructed PostScript file.
> Download Software Update for the WorkCentre 6400
(zip archive 5.1M)
Xerox Security Bulletin XRX09-003 (PDF 82.9K)
January 22, 2009
Second Release September 29, 2009
Original Release August 28, 2009
A vulnerability exists in the web servers of the WorkCentre 5030/5050, the WorkCentre 5135/5150, the WorkCentre 5632/5638/5645/5655/5665/5675/5687, the WorkCentre 7655/7665/7675, the WorkCentre 6400, and the ColorQube 9201/9202/9203. If exploited when SSL is not enabled on the device, the vulnerability could allow remote attackers to obtain unauthorized access to device configuration settings, possibly exposing customer passwords
NOTE: The original version of the P39 patch required a manual reboot after installation. This version of the patch automatically performs a re-boot upon installation.
> Download Software Update for the WorkCentre and ColorQube products listed above
(zip archive 11.4K)