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Date: Fri Dec 28 2007 - 10:01:40 CST
A low price for the printer does not give the vendor a free pass
for shipping insecure products. Since this type of printer is
targeted for home/home office use, it would be valid to ask why
SNMP is enabled in the first place.
Please explain how this printer would be any less easy to use if HP
had used non default community strings in the firmware? In a
home/home office environment, the only thing that might have a
valid need to communicate with the printer via SNMP would be HP's
software, which could just as easily use a non default community
On Fri, 28 Dec 2007 09:32:29 -0600 Joshua Levitsky
>Do you mean to tell me someone can come to my house and after I
>them on my network they can see how soon I need toner? Oh crap I
>better not let anyone over for New Year's!!!
>There is a reason it's a $200 home/home office printer. It's not
>to sit on the internet. It's not meant to be in a military
>It is meant to be simple to use.
>I think next I shall contact Sears because I suspect someone can
>my water by simply placing a glass up to the front of the fridge
>without my knowledge, and I'm not positive but I think they can
>my ice as well.
>On Dec 28, 2007, at 10:16 AM, <uncleronhushmail.com> wrote:
>> HP Photosmart C6280 (and probably other) network printers ship
>> insecure default settings. The printer ships with SNMP enabled
>> using the default community strings for both public and private.
>> HP does not document the use of SNMP, or provide a way for users
>> change the default community strings. The printer also includes
>> web based admin tool which runs over http, without even an
>> for ssl.
>> Several attempts to contact HP have proven futile.
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