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    Information regarding recent vulnerabilities

    HP is aware of the recent class of vulnerabilities referred to as “speculative execution side-channel attacks”. HP has released a security bulletin for systems with Intel x86 processor, and will continue to provide more information on other processors (ARM, AMD) as it becomes available. 

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HP Designjet 5000 Series Printers - RGB Emulation Selections Defined

Introduction
This document describes the Red, Green, Blue (RGB) emulation inherent in the HP Designjet 5000 series printers. The emulation selections included are Native, sRGB, Adobe (R) RGB, ColorMatch RGB, and Apple RGB. These different emulation settings can affect the color output of the printer. These settings should be selected to comply with the standard of press printing desired.
Native
Native is the default setting. No RGB emulation is selected.
sRGB
The emulation, sRGB Color Space, is intended to compliment the current color management strategies. This is achieved by enabling a third method of handling color in operating systems, device drivers, and on the Internet, by utilizing a simple and robust, device independent, and color definition. This will provide good quality and backward compatibility with minimum transmission and system overhead.
Adobe RGB
The emulation, Adobe RGB, is now the default RGB space for pre-press work in Adobe software applications. The color gamut of Adobe RGB is bigger than sRGB, but is smaller than the Euroscale CMYK gamut. Film recording types of output are maximized when using the Adobe RGB output.
ColorMatch RGB
The emulation, ColorMatch RGB, is designed for Macintosh environments. It is designed to be most conducive with CMYK printers and print processes.
Apple RGB
The emulation, Apple RGB, is now the default RGB space for pre-press work in Apple-compliant software applications. The color gamut of Apple RGB is bigger than sRGB, but is smaller than the Euroscale CMYK gamut.

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