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    Re: Which SMB version support by Canon C5200 series.

    Is this available guys for it ADV 50xx or not please help

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    Re: Which SMB version support by Canon C5200 series.

    Quote Originally Posted by eng_usama View Post
    Is this available guys for it ADV 50xx or not please help
    The firmware can be downloaded from the CDS Server:
    iRAC 5051 v83.68
    Registration ID: 00006109
    Password: 50231700
    "Knowledge is a source, but unfortunately ignorance is a sea."

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    Re: Which SMB version support by Canon C5200 series.

    Just add SMB ver 1.0 feature back into the computer if it doesn't work for some reason. None of my C50 or C52 have trouble with SMB.

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    Re: Which SMB version support by Canon C5200 series.

    Quote Originally Posted by techandtrader View Post
    Just add SMB ver 1.0 feature back into the computer if it doesn't work for some reason. None of my C50 or C52 have trouble with SMB.

    ^^^If you do this, make sure you notify your customer that their computer will be vulnerable to ransomware attacks. Another option would be scan to email or to set up scan with ftp using Filezilla or similar software.

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    Re: Which SMB version support by Canon C5200 series.

    Yes and since then....How to Stop SMBv1 Ransomware Attacks - SpamTitan The flaw has been patched and buried, buried for years now and one can simply add the feature when needed. I don't work at the NSA but i really dont think those old tools are going to make it past the patches anymore. I could be wrong!

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    Re: Which SMB version support by Canon C5200 series.

    Quote Originally Posted by techandtrader View Post
    Yes and since then....How to Stop SMBv1 Ransomware Attacks - SpamTitan The flaw has been patched and buried, buried for years now and one can simply add the feature when needed. I don't work at the NSA but i really dont think those old tools are going to make it past the patches anymore. I could be wrong!
    ^^^ Good to know. I was under the impression that SMB 1.0 was still a possible security vulnerability. There are a lot of articles on the internet that say's it is, but it's hard to know what's true and what's opinion.

    I've been trying not to enable it on my customers computers unless they absolutely must have SMB scanning on an older machine and they know the risk.

    Are you absolutely sure SMB 1.0 isn't a problem anymore? That would be great news to customers with older machines!

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    Re: Which SMB version support by Canon C5200 series.

    Quote Originally Posted by ReproKev View Post
    ^^^ Good to know. I was under the impression that SMB 1.0 was still a possible security vulnerability. There are a lot of articles on the internet that say's it is, but it's hard to know what's true and what's opinion.

    I've been trying not to enable it on my customers computers unless they absolutely must have SMB scanning on an older machine and they know the risk.

    Are you absolutely sure SMB 1.0 isn't a problem anymore? That would be great news to customers with older machines!
    SMB v1 is definitely still an issue hence Microsoft bringing out an update to disable it. This wasn't a temporary fix but permanent.

    All copiers from about 5 years old & newer have had a firmware release fix to enable SMB v2/3





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    Re: Which SMB version support by Canon C5200 series.

    Quote Originally Posted by copier tech View Post
    SMB v1 is definitely still an issue hence Microsoft bringing out an update to disable it. This wasn't a temporary fix but permanent.

    All copiers from about 5 years old & newer have had a firmware release fix to enable SMB v2/3





    That's what I thought.

    Do the new firmware versions for those machines automatically come with SMB 2/3 and it just needs to be enabled, or do I still need to download the "special" firmware that needs a code and password like mentioned a few posts above?

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    Re: Which SMB version support by Canon C5200 series.

    Quote Originally Posted by giogi View Post
    The firmware can be downloaded from the CDS Server:
    iRAC 5051 v83.68
    Registration ID: 00006109
    Password: 50231700
    Is there any chance you have the info for the C350 firmware?

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    Re: Which SMB version support by Canon C5200 series.

    Quote Originally Posted by tinalt View Post
    Is there any chance you have the info for the C350 firmware?

    +1 On the C350/C450 models.

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