Software Version 188.8.131.52
Industry and customer requirements continue to put a premium on information security. With an increasing number of devices containing hard drives, customers require more choices to manage sensitive information on a Xerox® device hard drive. Please select your required language for more information on the hard drive retention offering for your country.
Information on Xerox data overwrite feature, NIST SP 800-88r1 and NISPOM 5220.22-M.
Information on MFD scanning to SMB.
Security White Paper And Configuration Guide Solaris-based Products Version: 1.0
Description of system components, interoperability, and features available for securing Xerox Remote Services within Xerox products. It is intended to serve as a guide for deploying Xerox Remote Services within a network environment
This offering is for Canadian customers who call 1-800-Ask Xerox (1-800-275-9376) to request service
This offering is for US customers who purchase devices through Xerox authorized Partners and distributors and call 1-800-835-6100to request service.
This offering is for US customers who purchase devices directly from Xerox, and who call 1-800-821-2797to request service.
Drive Security for Xerox® Devices with Solid State Drives (SSD)
How Xerox keeps your data safe
FIPS-140 certified module and algorithm information for many WorkCentre and ColorQube devices.
IMPORTANT SUPPORT INFORMATION
This document details the Xerox Products affected by both the End Of Life of Microsoft Windows XP on standalone Digital Front Ends (EFI FIERY AND CREO) and Microsoft Windows XPe (XP embedded) controllers on CF devices.
This document details the process and policy used in discovery and remediation of vulnerabilities in Xerox and open source software. The new release is to allow for re-branding of the document.
Shellshock Security Patch for X86
Guide for Using the FFPS Update Manager
On Sept 25th, media sources announced security vulnerabilities in the Bash shell software (aka Shellshock). Understandably, Xerox customers are concerned about these vulnerabilities.
Unix and Unix-derived systems like Linux and Mac OS X are vulnerable to these attacks since they use Bash as the default command shell. The FreeFlow Print Server (FFPS) includes the Solaris Operating System, which is potentially affected since it includes the Bash shell.
A document addressing this vulnerability and describing a tool for updating FreeFlow Print Server has been posted to the Xerox Security Site.
This document describes the Remote User Interface use and Security Features available on the new Xerox ConnectKey devices. The latest edition may always be viewed here.
Xerox has received questions about the partnership between Xerox and Cisco and the security features this will add to Xerox products. We have compiled these questions and answers into a document. It can be accessed here.