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Notice on URGENT/11 vulnerabilities in VxWorks OS

August 8, 2019
Ricoh Company, Ltd.

Ricoh is aware of the news regarding the “URGENT/11” security vulnerabilities in the TCP /IP stack (Ipnet) of Wind River VxWorks OS which were disclosed on July 29, 2019. These vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to execute code remotely and take control of an affected device.

The security and integrity of our customer's data and devices remains of utmost importance to Ricoh. We have confirmed that Ricoh MFPs, Printers, Production Printers, Digital Duplicator, Interactive White Boards, Projectors, Unified Communication Systems, Solutions, and Magnetoencephalography (MEG) are NOT affected by these URGENT/11 vulnerabilities. Investigation of the remaining Geljet MFPs listed below will be completed shortly.

Remaining Geljet MFPs still under investigation:

  • Aficio SG 3100SNw
  • Aficio SG 3110SFNw
  • SG 3120BSFNw

Our technology and security experts continue to work closely with other hardware and operating system vendors to develop an industry-wide approach to resolve this issue promptly and constructively. As more information becomes available, we will provide updates to this web page.

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