HPSBHF02878 rev.1 - HP Smart Zero Client, Unauthorized Access

ID HP:C03757330
Type hp
Reporter HP Product Security Response Team
Modified 2013-06-24T00:00:00


Potential Security Impact

Unauthorized access


A potential security vulnerability has been identified with the HP Smart Zero Client. This vulnerability could be exploited by a local user on the device to gain unauthorized access.


HP has provided updated operating system software for HP Smart Zero Core OS v4.3 and v4.3.1. Please choose one of three methods below to resolve the issue on the thin client.

Issue can be solved by one of three update methods, available from hp.com.

  1. Select 'Support & Drivers'
  2. Enter the specific model that is affected such as t410, t510, or t610
  3. Select the model
  4. Select HP Smart Client
  5. Choose one of two updates that resolve the vulnerability:
    1. Select and install Citrix Login Fix v3.13-1-1 on Smart Zero Core OS v4.3 or v4.3.1
    2. Download and install Smart Zero Core Image v4.3.2

Version:1 (rev.1) - 24 June 2013 Initial release

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