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             AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

        Xerox Security Bulletin: Spectre/Meltdown patches for Xerox
                     FreeFlow Print Server for Solaris
                               6 April 2018


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:           Xerox FreeFlow Print Server
Publisher:         Xerox
Operating System:  Solaris
Impact/Access:     Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands -- Remote with User Interaction
                   Modify Arbitrary Files          -- Remote/Unauthenticated      
                   Access Privileged Data          -- Existing Account            
                   Denial of Service               -- Remote/Unauthenticated      
                   Provide Misleading Information  -- Remote with User Interaction
                   Access Confidential Data        -- Remote/Unauthenticated      
                   Unauthorised Access             -- Remote with User Interaction
Resolution:        Patch/Upgrade
CVE Names:         CVE-2018-5336 CVE-2018-5335 CVE-2018-5334
                   CVE-2018-5117 CVE-2018-5104 CVE-2018-5103
                   CVE-2018-5102 CVE-2018-5099 CVE-2018-5098
                   CVE-2018-5097 CVE-2018-5096 CVE-2018-5095
                   CVE-2018-5091 CVE-2018-5089 CVE-2018-2678
                   CVE-2018-2677 CVE-2018-2663 CVE-2018-2657
                   CVE-2018-2641 CVE-2018-2637 CVE-2018-2634
                   CVE-2018-2633 CVE-2018-2629 CVE-2018-2618
                   CVE-2018-2603 CVE-2018-2602 CVE-2018-2599
                   CVE-2018-2588 CVE-2018-2581 CVE-2018-2579
                   CVE-2018-2578 CVE-2018-2577 CVE-2018-2560
                   CVE-2017-17085 CVE-2017-17084 CVE-2017-17083
                   CVE-2017-16548 CVE-2017-15193 CVE-2017-15192
                   CVE-2017-15191 CVE-2017-15190 CVE-2017-15189
                   CVE-2017-13727 CVE-2017-13726 CVE-2017-13725
                   CVE-2017-13690 CVE-2017-13689 CVE-2017-13688
                   CVE-2017-13687 CVE-2017-13090 CVE-2017-13089
                   CVE-2017-13055 CVE-2017-13054 CVE-2017-13053
                   CVE-2017-13052 CVE-2017-13051 CVE-2017-13050
                   CVE-2017-13049 CVE-2017-13048 CVE-2017-13047
                   CVE-2017-13046 CVE-2017-13045 CVE-2017-13044
                   CVE-2017-13043 CVE-2017-13042 CVE-2017-13041
                   CVE-2017-13040 CVE-2017-13039 CVE-2017-13038
                   CVE-2017-13037 CVE-2017-13036 CVE-2017-13035
                   CVE-2017-13034 CVE-2017-13033 CVE-2017-13032
                   CVE-2017-13031 CVE-2017-13030 CVE-2017-13029
                   CVE-2017-13028 CVE-2017-13027 CVE-2017-13026
                   CVE-2017-13025 CVE-2017-13024 CVE-2017-13023
                   CVE-2017-13022 CVE-2017-13021 CVE-2017-13020
                   CVE-2017-13019 CVE-2017-13018 CVE-2017-13017
                   CVE-2017-13016 CVE-2017-13015 CVE-2017-13014
                   CVE-2017-13013 CVE-2017-13012 CVE-2017-13011
                   CVE-2017-13010 CVE-2017-13009 CVE-2017-13008
                   CVE-2017-13007 CVE-2017-13006 CVE-2017-13005
                   CVE-2017-13004 CVE-2017-13003 CVE-2017-13002
                   CVE-2017-13001 CVE-2017-13000 CVE-2017-12999
                   CVE-2017-12998 CVE-2017-12997 CVE-2017-12996
                   CVE-2017-12995 CVE-2017-12994 CVE-2017-12993
                   CVE-2017-12992 CVE-2017-12991 CVE-2017-12990
                   CVE-2017-12989 CVE-2017-12988 CVE-2017-12987
                   CVE-2017-12986 CVE-2017-12985 CVE-2017-12902
                   CVE-2017-12901 CVE-2017-12900 CVE-2017-12899
                   CVE-2017-12898 CVE-2017-12897 CVE-2017-12896
                   CVE-2017-12895 CVE-2017-12894 CVE-2017-12893
                   CVE-2017-11543 CVE-2017-11542 CVE-2017-11541
                   CVE-2017-11108 CVE-2017-10384 CVE-2017-10379
                   CVE-2017-10378 CVE-2017-10314 CVE-2017-10294
                   CVE-2017-10286 CVE-2017-10283 CVE-2017-10279
                   CVE-2017-10276 CVE-2017-10268 CVE-2017-10227
                   CVE-2017-10155 CVE-2017-10003 CVE-2017-9526
                   CVE-2017-9117 CVE-2017-7848 CVE-2017-7847
                   CVE-2017-7846 CVE-2017-7845 CVE-2017-7843
                   CVE-2017-7830 CVE-2017-7829 CVE-2017-7828
                   CVE-2017-7826 CVE-2017-7825 CVE-2017-7824
                   CVE-2017-7823 CVE-2017-7819 CVE-2017-7818
                   CVE-2017-7814 CVE-2017-7810 CVE-2017-7805
                   CVE-2017-7793 CVE-2017-7602 CVE-2017-7601
                   CVE-2017-7600 CVE-2017-7599 CVE-2017-7598
                   CVE-2017-7597 CVE-2017-7596 CVE-2017-7595
                   CVE-2017-7594 CVE-2017-7593 CVE-2017-7592
                   CVE-2017-6508 CVE-2017-6267 CVE-2017-6266
                   CVE-2017-6259 CVE-2017-6257 CVE-2017-5969
                   CVE-2017-5754 CVE-2017-5753 CVE-2017-5715
                   CVE-2017-5563 CVE-2017-5225 CVE-2017-3738
                   CVE-2017-3737 CVE-2017-3736 CVE-2017-3735
                   CVE-2017-3732 CVE-2017-3731 CVE-2017-3653
                   CVE-2017-3652 CVE-2017-3651 CVE-2017-3143
                   CVE-2017-3142 CVE-2017-2753 CVE-2017-0379
                   CVE-2016-10207 CVE-2016-10095 CVE-2016-10094
                   CVE-2016-10093 CVE-2016-10092 CVE-2016-9540
                   CVE-2016-9539 CVE-2016-9538 CVE-2016-9537
                   CVE-2016-9536 CVE-2016-9535 CVE-2016-9534
                   CVE-2016-9533 CVE-2016-9532 CVE-2016-9318
                   CVE-2016-9297 CVE-2016-9296 CVE-2016-9273
                   CVE-2016-6223 CVE-2016-5875 CVE-2016-5323
                   CVE-2016-5322 CVE-2016-5321 CVE-2016-5320
                   CVE-2016-5319 CVE-2016-5318 CVE-2016-5317
                   CVE-2016-5316 CVE-2016-5315 CVE-2016-5314
                   CVE-2016-5102 CVE-2016-3991 CVE-2016-3990
                   CVE-2016-3945 CVE-2016-3658 CVE-2016-3634
                   CVE-2016-3633 CVE-2016-3632 CVE-2016-3631
                   CVE-2016-3625 CVE-2016-3624 CVE-2016-3623
                   CVE-2016-3622 CVE-2016-3621 CVE-2016-3620
                   CVE-2016-3619 CVE-2016-3186 CVE-2016-2335
                   CVE-2016-2334 CVE-2016-0701 CVE-2016-0431
                   CVE-2016-0426 CVE-2016-0419 CVE-2016-0418
                   CVE-2016-0416 CVE-2016-0414 CVE-2016-0403
                   CVE-2015-8870 CVE-2015-7554 CVE-2015-5600
                   CVE-2015-4920 CVE-2015-4020 CVE-2015-3900
                   CVE-2015-3193 CVE-2015-2923 CVE-2015-2922
                   CVE-2015-2743 CVE-2015-2742 CVE-2015-2741
                   CVE-2015-2740 CVE-2015-2739 CVE-2015-2738
                   CVE-2015-2737 CVE-2015-2736 CVE-2015-2735
                   CVE-2015-2734 CVE-2015-2733 CVE-2015-2731
                   CVE-2015-2730 CVE-2015-2729 CVE-2015-2728
                   CVE-2015-2726 CVE-2015-2725 CVE-2015-2724
                   CVE-2015-2722 CVE-2015-2721 CVE-2015-1819
                   CVE-2014-8130 CVE-2014-8129 CVE-2014-8128
                   CVE-2014-8127 CVE-2014-3683 CVE-2014-3634
                   CVE-2014-3566 CVE-2014-3564 CVE-2014-2653
                   CVE-2013-6371 CVE-2013-6370 

Reference:         ASB-2018.0068

Original Bulletin: 

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Xerox Security Bulletin XRX18-012 
Xerox  FreeFlow  Print Server  v9 / Solaris  11 
 o Xerox  Color 800i/1000i Digital Press
 o Xerox  Versant  3100 Press  
Delivery of: January  2018 Security Patch Cluster 
Includes:  Java 7 Update 17 1 
Bulletin Date: April 3 , 2018

1.0 Background

Oracle delivers quarterly Critical Patch Updates (CPU) to address 
US-CERT-announced Security vulnerabilities and deliver reliability 
improvements for the Solaris Operating System platform . Oracle does not 
provide these patches to the public , but authorize vendors like Xerox to 
deliver them to Customers with an active FreeFlow Print Server Support 
Contracts (FSMA). Customers who may have an Oracle Support Contract for their
non-FreeFlow Print Server/Solaris Servers should not install patches not 
prepared/delivered by Xerox. Installing non-authorized patches for the 
FreeFlow Print Server software violates Oracle agreements, can render the 
platform inoperable, and result in downtime and/or a lengthy re-installation 
service call.

This bulletin announces the availability of the following:

1. Solaris 11.3 Operating System (OS) Upgrade
 o This supersedes the Solaris 11.2 OS
 o Required for Color 800i/1000i Presses only.
 o Solaris 11.3 OS already installed for the Xerox Versant 3100. 

2. January 2018 Security Patch Cluster
 o Predecessor to the October 2017 Security Patch Cluster.
 o October 2017 Security Patch Cluster install is prerequisite. 

3. Java 7 Update 171 Software
 o This supersedes Java 7 Update 161 software. 

Note: Solaris 11.2 is the base OS installed for the Xerox Color 800i/1000i 
Press and requires upgrade to the Solaris 11.3 OS before installing the 
January 2019 Security Patch Cluster. This upgrade is not required for the 
Xerox Versant 3100 Press given the base OS is already Solaris 11.3.

See US-CERT Common Vulnerability Exposures (CVE) patches installed with 
Solaris 11.3 OS Upgrade that are remediated in the table below:

Solaris 11.3 Included Seurity Patch Remidiated US-CERT CVE's
CVE-2013-6370,  CVE-2015-1819,  CVE-2015-2729,  CVE-2015-2737,  CVE-2015-2922,  CVE-2016-0414
CVE-2013-6371,  CVE-2015-2721,  CVE-2015-2730,  CVE-2015-2738,  CVE-2015-2923,  CVE-2016-0416
CVE-2014-2653,  CVE-2015-2722,  CVE-2015-2731,  CVE-2015-2739,  CVE-2015-3900,  CVE-2016-0418
CVE-2014-3564,  CVE-2015-2724,  CVE-2015-2733,  CVE-2015-2740,  CVE-2015-4020,  CVE-2016-0419
CVE-2014-3566,  CVE-2015-2725,  CVE-2015-2734,  CVE-2015-2741,  CVE-2015-4920,  CVE-2016-0426
CVE-2014-3634,  CVE-2015-2726,  CVE-2015-2735,  CVE-2015-2742,  CVE-2015-5600,  CVE-2016-0431
CVE-2014-3683,  CVE-2015-2728,  CVE-2015-2736,  CVE-2015-2743,  CVE-2016-0403,  CVE-2017-10003

See US-CERT Common Vulnerability Exposures (CVE) the January 2018 Security 
Patch Cluster remediate in table below:

January 2018 Security Patch Cluster Remediated US-CERT CVE’s
CVE-2014-8127,  CVE-2016-5323,  CVE-2017-12901, CVE-2017-13024, CVE-2017-15189, CVE-2017-7601 
CVE-2014-8128,  CVE-2016-5875,  CVE-2017-12902, CVE-2017-13025, CVE-2017-15190, CVE-2017-7602 
CVE-2014-8129,  CVE-2016-6223,  CVE-2017-12985, CVE-2017-13026, CVE-2017-15191, CVE-2017-7793 
CVE-2014-8130,  CVE-2016-9273,  CVE-2017-12986, CVE-2017-13027, CVE-2017-15192, CVE-2017-7805 
CVE-2015-3193,  CVE-2016-9296,  CVE-2017-12987, CVE-2017-13028, CVE-2017-15193, CVE-2017-7810 
CVE-2015-7554,  CVE-2016-9297,  CVE-2017-12988, CVE-2017-13029, CVE-2017-16548, CVE-2017-7814 
CVE-2015-8870,  CVE-2016-9318,  CVE-2017-12989, CVE-2017-13030, CVE-2017-17083, CVE-2017-7818 
CVE-2016-0701,  CVE-2016-9532,  CVE-2017-12990, CVE-2017-13031, CVE-2017-17084, CVE-2017-7819 
CVE-2016-10092, CVE-2016-9533,  CVE-2017-12991, CVE-2017-13032, CVE-2017-17085, CVE-2017-7823 
CVE-2016-10093, CVE-2016-9534,  CVE-2017-12992, CVE-2017-13033, CVE-2017-2753,  CVE-2017-7824 
CVE-2016-10094, CVE-2016-9535,  CVE-2017-12993, CVE-2017-13034, CVE-2017-3142,  CVE-2017-7825 
CVE-2016-10095, CVE-2016-9536,  CVE-2017-12994, CVE-2017-13035, CVE-2017-3143,  CVE-2017-7826 
CVE-2016-10207, CVE-2016-9537,  CVE-2017-12995, CVE-2017-13036, CVE-2017-3651,  CVE-2017-7828 
CVE-2016-2334,  CVE-2016-9538,  CVE-2017-12996, CVE-2017-13037, CVE-2017-3652,  CVE-2017-7829 
CVE-2016-2335,  CVE-2016-9539,  CVE-2017-12997, CVE-2017-13038, CVE-2017-3653,  CVE-2017-7830 
CVE-2016-3186,  CVE-2016-9540,  CVE-2017-12998, CVE-2017-13039, CVE-2017-3731,  CVE-2017-7843 
CVE-2016-3619,  CVE-2017-0379,  CVE-2017-12999, CVE-2017-13040, CVE-2017-3732,  CVE-2017-7845 
CVE-2016-3620,  CVE-2017-10155, CVE-2017-13000, CVE-2017-13041, CVE-2017-3735,  CVE-2017-7846 
CVE-2016-3621,  CVE-2017-10227, CVE-2017-13001, CVE-2017-13042, CVE-2017-3736,  CVE-2017-7847 
CVE-2016-3622,  CVE-2017-10268, CVE-2017-13002, CVE-2017-13043, CVE-2017-3737,  CVE-2017-7848 
CVE-2016-3623,  CVE-2017-10276, CVE-2017-13003, CVE-2017-13044, CVE-2017-3738,  CVE-2017-9117 
CVE-2016-3624,  CVE-2017-10279, CVE-2017-13004, CVE-2017-13045, CVE-2017-5225,  CVE-2017-9526 
CVE-2016-3625,  CVE-2017-10283, CVE-2017-13005, CVE-2017-13046, CVE-2017-5563,  CVE-2018-2560 
CVE-2016-3631,  CVE-2017-10286, CVE-2017-13006, CVE-2017-13047, CVE-2017-5715,  CVE-2018-2577 
CVE-2016-3632,  CVE-2017-10294, CVE-2017-13007, CVE-2017-13048, CVE-2017-5753,  CVE-2018-2578 
CVE-2016-3633,  CVE-2017-10314, CVE-2017-13008, CVE-2017-13049, CVE-2017-5754,  CVE-2018-5089 
CVE-2016-3634,  CVE-2017-10378, CVE-2017-13009, CVE-2017-13050, CVE-2017-5969,  CVE-2018-5091 
CVE-2016-3658,  CVE-2017-10379, CVE-2017-13010, CVE-2017-13051, CVE-2017-6257,  CVE-2018-5095 
CVE-2016-3945,  CVE-2017-10384, CVE-2017-13011, CVE-2017-13052, CVE-2017-6259,  CVE-2018-5096 
CVE-2016-3990,  CVE-2017-11108, CVE-2017-13012, CVE-2017-13053, CVE-2017-6266,  CVE-2018-5097 
CVE-2016-3991,  CVE-2017-11541, CVE-2017-13013, CVE-2017-13054, CVE-2017-6267,  CVE-2018-5098 
CVE-2016-5102,  CVE-2017-11542, CVE-2017-13014, CVE-2017-13055, CVE-2017-6508,  CVE-2018-5099 
CVE-2016-5314,  CVE-2017-11543, CVE-2017-13015, CVE-2017-13089, CVE-2017-7592,  CVE-2018-5102 
CVE-2016-5315,  CVE-2017-12893, CVE-2017-13016, CVE-2017-13090, CVE-2017-7593,  CVE-2018-5103 
CVE-2016-5316,  CVE-2017-12894, CVE-2017-13017, CVE-2017-13687, CVE-2017-7594,  CVE-2018-5104 
CVE-2016-5317,  CVE-2017-12895, CVE-2017-13018, CVE-2017-13688, CVE-2017-7595,  CVE-2018-5117 
CVE-2016-5318,  CVE-2017-12896, CVE-2017-13019, CVE-2017-13689, CVE-2017-7596,  CVE-2018-5334 
CVE-2016-5319,  CVE-2017-12897, CVE-2017-13020, CVE-2017-13690, CVE-2017-7597,  CVE-2018-5335
CVE-2016-5320,  CVE-2017-12898, CVE-2017-13021, CVE-2017-13725, CVE-2017-7598,  CVE-2018-5336
CVE-2016-5321,  CVE-2017-12899, CVE-2017-13022, CVE-2017-13726, CVE-2017-7599,  CVE-2016-5322
CVE-2017-12900, CVE-2017-13023, CVE-2017-13727, CVE-2017-7600

See the US-CERT Common Vulnerability Expo sures (CVE) the Java 7 Update 171 
Software remediate in table below:

Java 7 Update 171 Software Remediated US-CERT CVE’s
CVE-2018-2579,  CVE-2018-2599,  CVE-2018-2618,  CVE-2018-2634,  CVE-2018-2657,  CVE-2018-2678
CVE-2018-2581,  CVE-2018-2602,  CVE-2018-2629,  CVE-2018-2637,  CVE-2018-2663,  CVE-2018-2588
CVE-2018-2603,  CVE-2018-2633,  CVE-2018-2641,  CVE-2018-2677

Note: Xerox recommends that customers evaluate their security needs 
periodically and if they need Security patches to address the above CVE 
issues, schedule an activity with their Xerox Service team to install this 
announced Security Patch Cluster. Alternatively , th e customer can install 
the Security Patch Cluster using the Update Manager UI from the Xerox FreeFlow
Print Server Platform.

2.0 Applicability

The customer can schedule a Xerox Service or Analyst representative to deliver
and install the Security Patch Cluster from the hard disk on the FreeFlow 
Print Server. A customer can work with the Xerox CSE/Analyst to install the 
quarterly Security Patch Clusters if they have the expertise. The Xerox 
CSE/Analyst would be required to provide the Security Patch Cluster 
deliverables if they agree to allow customer install.

Solaris 11.2 is the base Operating System installed for the Xerox Color 
800i/1000i Press and requires upgrade to the Solaris 11.3 OS before installing
the January 2018 Security Patch Cluster. This upgrade is not required for the
Xerox Versant 3100 Press given the base OS is already Solaris 11.3. If the 
October 2017 Security Patch Cluster had already been installed, then the 
Solaris 11.3 OS would already be installed on the platform as well. The 
January 2018 Security Patch Cluster is available for the FreeFlow Print Server
v9 release running on the Xerox printer products below:

1. Xerox Color 800i/1000i Press

2. Xerox Versant 3 100 Press

In addition, it is a prerequisite to install the October 2017 Security Patch 
Cluster on the FreeFlow Print Server platform before installing the January 
2018 Security Patch Cluster. A patch version script is provided to assist with
identification of the current Security Patch Cluster version installed as well
as other version information (E.g., Solaris OS). The output from this script 
is illustrated below in this section.

As a result of the very large file size of these deliverables, the download 
and install of the Solaris 11.3 OS upgrade and January 2018 Security Patch 
Cluster are not supported from the Update Manager UI on the FreeFlow Print 
Server platform. Therefore, it is required to deliver the Security Patch 
Cluster files on a laptop PC so they can be transferred over the customer 
network using SFTP to the FreeFlow Print Server platform for install, or on 
USB media so the patches can be installed from the USB media, or copied to the
FreeFlow Print Server platform for install.

The Xerox Customer Service Engineer (CSE)/Analyst uses a tool that enables 
identification of the currently installed Solaris OS version, FreeFlow Print 
Server software version , Security Patch Cluster version, and Java Software 
version. This tool can be initially run to determine of the prerequisite 
Solaris 11.3 OS and October 2017 Security Patch Cluster are currently 
installed. Example output from this script for the FreeFlow Print Server v9 
software is as follows:

Solaris OS Version: 	11.3 
FFPS Release Version 	9.0_SP-3_(93.I0.04A.86) 
FFPS Patch Cluster 	January 2018 
Java Version 		Java 7 Update 17 1

The above versions are the correct information after installing the 
January 2018 Security Patch Cluster.

3.0 Patch Install

Xerox strives to deliver these critical Security patch updates in a timely 
manner. The customer process to obtain Security Patch Cluster updates 
(delivered on a quarterly basis) is to contact the Xerox hotline support 
number. Xerox Service or an analyst can install the Patch Cluster using a 
script utility that will support installing the Security Patch Cluster from 
USB media or from the hard disk on the FreeFlow Print Server platform . The 
Security Patch Cluster deliverables are available on a secure FTP site once 
they are ready for customer delivery.

The FreeFlow Print Server v9 application is on top of the Solaris 11.2 OS for
the Color 800i/1000i Press after initial software install . Upgrade to the 
Solaris 11.3 OS and the October 2017 Security Patch Cluster is required prior
to installing the January 2018 Security Patch Cluster. Delivery of the Solaris
11.3 OS upgrade includes ZIP files as part 1 and part 2 to address file size 
issues. Once the patch cluster has been prepared on USB media or the hard disk
on the FreeFlow Print Server platform, a script is run to perform the install.

Delivery of the Security Patch Cluster includes ZI P files separated as part 
1, part 2 and part 3 to address file size issues. Once the patch cluster has 
been prepared on the hard disk , a script is run to perform the install. Make
sure that the Color 800i/1000i Press is upgraded to the Solaris 11.3OS prior 
to installing the January 2018 Security Patch Cluster.

Note : The install of this Security Patch Cluster and/or Solaris 11 OS upgrade
can fail if the archive file containing the software is corrupted from when 
downloading the deliverables from the SFTP site, copying them to USB media or
uploading them to the hard drive on the FreeFlow Print Server platform over a
network connection. The table below illustrate file size on Windows and file 
size on Solaris and checksum on Solaris for the Solaris 11.3OS upgrade files.

Solaris 11.3 OS Upgrade Files (for Xerox Color 800i/1000i Press only)
Security Patch File 		Windows		Solaris Size 	Solaris Checksum
				Size (Kb)	(bytes)
Sol-11.3_Upgrade_Part-1.zip	4,727,677	4.841,140,675	41735 9455353
Sol-11.3_Upgrade_Part-2.zip	3,504,985	3,589,103,767	56371 7009969

Verify integrity of the Solaris 11.3 ZIP files contained on the FreeFlow Print
Server hard drive by comparing it to the original archive file size checksum 
with the actual checksum of these files on the platform. Change directory to 
the location of the Solaris 11.3 ZIP files and use the UNIX 'sum' command to 
output the check sum numbers of each ZIP file (E.g., 'sum Sol- 
11.3_Upgrade_Part-1.zip'). The output of the 'sum' command should match the 
above table.

The table below illustrate file size on Windows, file size on Solaris checksum
on Solaris for the January 2018 Security Patch Cluster files.

January 2018 Security Patch Cluster Files
Security Patch File 					Windows		Solaris Size 	Solaris Checksum
							Size (Kb)	(bytes)
Jan2018AndJava7Update171Patches_v9S11-Part1.zip		2,912,337	2,982,232,212	21636 5824673
Jan2018AndJava7Update171Patches_v9S11-Part2.zip		3,105,995	3,180,538,310	37005 6211989
Jan2018AndJava7Update171Patches_v9S11-Part3.zip		1,786,366	1,829,238,613 	28081 3572732

Verify integrity of the Security Patch ZIP files contained on the FreeFlow 
Print Server hard drive by comparing it to the original archive file size 
checksum with the actual checksum of these files on the platform . Change 
directory to the location of the Security Patch Cluster ZIP files and use the
UNIX 'sum' command to output the check sum numbers of each ZIP file (E.g., 
'sum Jan2018AndJava7Update171Patches_v9S11-Part1.zip' ). The output of the 
'sum' command should match the above table.

4.0 Disclaimer

The information provided in this Xerox Product Response is provided "as is" 
without warranty of any kind. Xerox Corporation disclaims all warranties, 
either express or implied, including the warranties of merchantability and 
fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall Xerox Corporation be 
liable for any damages whatsoever resulting from user's use or disregard of 
the information provided in this Xerox Product Response including direct, 
indirect, incidental, consequential, loss of business profits or special 
damages, even if Xerox Corporation has been advised of the possibility of such
damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of liability for
consequential damages so the foregoing limitation may not apply.

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