Monday, November 8, 2010

This Week in Xerox "TWIX Notes"

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According to security vendor, MS Lab Inc., the company is still detecting malware distribution related to Xerox MFPs. The trojan poses as an automatic message from Xerox WorkCentre Pro MFPs, to look like a scan to email. Cybercriminals are behind this attack, and hope end users are tricked into opening up the email message and clicking on the attachment labeled; “Scan from Xerox WorkCentre P9275821”, which would then launch an executable file to steal data from end user’s computer. Since this is not the first time that this has been attempted, it would indicate that it must have a high rate of success.

- Xerox announced it sold an iGen4 production color system and two 700 Digital Color systems to Scottish Police Services Authority of Scotland.

- Xerox’s ACS division announced it has purchased Spur Information Solutions of England, which makes software for parking enforcement.

- Mr. Copy, a Xerox owned dealer in San Diego, CA, announced it will offer DocuShare on Demand, which is a hosted document management solution, connected to its customer’s Xerox MFPs. Pricing starts at $39.95 per year for 5 users.

- Xerox announced that its research & development spending is now only 3.5% of revenue, or $189 million per quarter.

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