[Full-Disclosure] Printer Buffer Security??
dave at immunitysec.com
Fri May 28 20:47:13 BST 2004
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Is "Strangers who answered my question on the Internet" among the
sources you want to quote when you find out it does, even though you
thought it didn't? This is one of those cases when you want to err on
the side of safety, I think. It's just a printer.
Tiger Rhoades wrote:
| I'm trying to figure out if the Epson Color Stylus 800 printer
| looses it's buffer memory when unplugged. I've got to use it for
| some classified processing and don't want to have to destroy it
| when I'm finished.
| Epson says that it won't retain any information once it's turned
| off, but they can't tell me anywhere that they state that it
| I was wondering if anyone knew a good place (internet
| site/documentation) to find out which printers or if this specific
| printer retains it's buffer memory when unplugged?
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