Critical Vulnerability Affects Over 120 Lexmark Printers

Critical Vulnerability Affects Over 120 Lexmark Printers

This week, Lexmark, a manufacturer of printers and imaging products, released a security advisory to inform users of a critical vulnerability affecting more than 120 printer models.

A server-side request forgery (SSRF) vulnerability in the Web Services feature of newer Lexmark devices is described as the problem, tracked as CVE-2023-23560 (CVSS score of 9.0), which could be used to execute arbitrary code. About 125 different device models, including printers from the B, C, CS, CX, M, MB, MC, MS, MX, XC, and XM series, are among those affected by the security flaw, according to the manufacturer.

Firmware updates that address the vulnerability have been released by the company for all impacted devices, and it encourages users to find the update instructions on its support website.

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