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News and Events

25 Oct 2019
Link for Device SDK and Simulator Version 1.3.1 Now Available

Link for Device SDK and Simulator Version 1.3.1 Now Available

HP has identified potential security vulnerabilities with the Link for Device Platform. The potential vulnerabilities could be used to perform remote information disclosure while scanning and printing in some modes (ScanToMe, PrintFromStorage).

To help address this issue, HP is providing an SDK hotfix (1.3.1) and a firmware update (FutureSmart 4.9.0.1). In this new implementation, scan and print data is more securely transferred to and from the app’s own sandboxed data directory. READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE and WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permissions, which are sometimes exploitable through this vulnerability, are no longer necessary.

Note: Existing apps will continue to function on the updated firmware without changes, but will remain susceptible to this security vulnerability.

In order to help mitigate this vulnerability, please update to SDK version 1.3.1 and rebuild and republish your app, specifying a minimum Platform Version of 19.4, at your earliest convenience. Your customers will need to upgrade firmware to FutureSmart 4.9.0.1 or later. In addition, unless your app requires them for some other purpose, please remove READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE and WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permissions.

Download the SDK and Simulator from the Download page now.

Note: FutureSmart bundle 4.9.0.1 will soon be available on hp.com. In the meantime you can download it from the Download page.

Sincerely,

The HP JetAdvantage Link team

16 Oct 2019
Oreo is coming! Are you ready?

Oreo is coming! Are you ready?

The JetAdvantage Link platform development team has been working hard over many months to update the core of our device platform to conform to API version 26 (commonly known as Oreo, or 8.0).

Having concluded internal testing and a limited-release beta (Beta1), we are now ready to share our work with the entire app developer community for your evaluation and feedback (Beta2) and most importantly to give you time to adapt your apps if necessary prior to its official release.

Here are some tips for making sure your apps are “Oreo ready”:

Download the Oreo Beta2 firmware from the Download page now and take it for a test drive with your app. Please follow these steps:

  1. Uninstall all apps and remove the printer from HP Command Center (if the printer had been previously added)
  2. Perform a format disk operation
  3. Install the Oreo Beta2 firmware from a USB thumb drive
  4. Configure the printer’s web proxy (if necessary)
  5. Register the printer with HP Web Services (if necessary)
  6. Enable LDB mode
  7. Install your app using the HPKTool
  8. Push your app’s App Attestation debug credentials using the HPKTool (if necessary)
  9. Run your app, noting all anomalies encountered

For any anomalies found, first check your usage of the APIs. In our testing so far, most of the anomalies were actually due to the app’s incorrect use of the APIs or reliance on deprecated APIs.

If a defect in the Link Platform is proven or even strongly suspected, please report it through the Link for Device SDK support forum. Indicate in your post that you are using the Oreo Beta2 firmware image.

When your Oreo Beta2 testing has concluded and any app adjustments have been made, please:

  1. Perform a format disk operation
  2. Install the latest Public Release Firmware Image from a USB thumb drive
  3. Configure the printer’s web proxy (if necessary)
  4. Register the printer with HP Web Services (if necessary)
  5. Delete any copies of the Oreo Beta2 firmware you may have downloaded

Thank you in advance for participating in the Oreo Beta2.

-- The JetAdvantage Link Team

 

8 Aug 2019
Link for Device Simulator Version 1.3.0 Now Available

 

HP is pleased to announce the release of version 1.3.0 of the Link for Device Simulator.

Please note: This simulator is intended for use with version 1.3.0 of the Link for Device SDK.

Download the new Simulator from the Downloads page.