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AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution
Xerox Mini Bulletin XRX19E for Xerox AltaLink
23 May 2019
AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
Product: Xerox AltaLink
Operating System: Printer
Impact/Access: Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands -- Unknown/Unspecified
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Mini Bulletin XRX19E
Xerox AltaLink B8045/B8055/B8065/B8075/B8090
Xerox AltaLink C8030/C8035/C8045/C8055/C8070
SPAR Release R19-04 100.00X.059.13300
Bulletin Date: May 13, 2019
Updated: May 20,2019
This Bulletin is intended ONLY for the specific security problems identified below. The problems identified
have been rated a criticality level of IMPORTANT. This SPAR release uses OpenSSL version 1.0.2n.
Includes fix for the following:
# Unnecessary open port detected on a vulnerability scan
# Remote Command Execution vulnerability
# Possible security event detected at a customer site - Prevent an occurrence of memory corruption
Acknowledgement Xerox would like to thank Raphael Rigo from the AIRBUS Security Lab for informing us of the
Remote Command Execution vulnerability.
Software Release Details
If your software is higher or equal to the versions listed below no action is needed.
Otherwise, please review this bulletin and consider installation of this version.
| Model | AltaLink B80xx | AltaLink C8030/C8035 | AltaLink C8045/C8055 | AltaLink C8070 |
| System SW version | 100.008.059.13300 | 100.001.059.13300 | 100.002.059.13300 | 100.003.059.13300 |
| Update for BDC* |  |  |  |  |
| Update for AltBoot |  |  |  |  |
Unzip the file to a known location on your workstation/computer.
*Binary Disk Compression. Customers should use this method for upgrading their devices.
 AltaLink B8045/B8055/B8065/B8075/B8090
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