HP to Release Patch This Week for Printer Security Bugs
HP said it would release firmware patches later this week for several security bugs reported to the company by various cyber-security experts.
The firmware patches address a slew of bugs, among which the most severe is a remote code execution (RCE) flaw discovered and reported by Stephen Breen of NTT Security.
The RCE bug (CVE-2017-2750) affects HP’s top-of-the-line enterprise printer series such as LaserJet and PageWide, but also some OfficeJet and ScanJet models. A full list of affected products is available in the HP security advisory.
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Security experts from FoxGlove Security discovered the same flaw earlier this month, along with many others. The FoxGlove team says they decided to take a jab at poking holes in HP printer defenses after the company had gone somewhat overboard with its marketing campaign advertising its printers as nigh unhackable.
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