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Certain HP Enterprise LaserJet MFPs, HP Enterprise PageWide MFPs, HP Digital Sender - Stored cross site scripting (XSS)

Certain HP Enterprise LaserJet and PageWide MFPs may be vulnerable to stored cross site scripting (XSS).



HP Reference

HPSBPI03744 Rev. 4

Release date

September 8, 2021

Last updated

February 15, 2022



Potential Security Impact

Stored cross site scripting (XSS)

Relevant Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) List

Reported by: Andrej Spuler, Miroslav Hricko (Siemens Healthineers TE DC SVK CSEC)

List of CVE IDs









Learn more about CVSS 3.0 base metrics, which range from 0 to 10.



Update your printer software.

HP has provided an updated firmware resolution for potentially affected products listed in the table below. To obtain the updated firmware, go to the HP Software and Driver Downloads and search for your printer model.

Affected products

Find the products affected and the firmware version that resolves the vulnerabilities.

Revision history

This document has been revised according to the information below.

List of versions





Initial Release

September 8, 2021


Updated product list

October 27, 2021


Updated product list

February 04, 2022


Updated product list

February 15, 2022

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Third-party security patches

Third party security patches that are to be installed on systems running HP software products should be applied in accordance with the customer's patch management policy.


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