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Security V2.11 update
How to enable V2.11 security featuresIn order to enable V2.11 security features, please set [SMBv3 Extended Functions] to [Active] from the Web Image Monitor.
Instructions : SMBv3 Extended Functions setting
- Setting in [Device Management] > [Configuration] > [Network] > [SMB] > [SMBv3 Extended Functions] on Web Image Monitor.
- Set [SMBv3 Extended Functions] to [Active] to enable authentication level setting, sending data to a folder in an encrypted server, and transmission via SMBv3.0.2 and SMBv3.1.1.
- In advance, activate [SMBv2/SMBv3] in [SMB].
Instructions : Authentication level setting
- Configure this in [Device Management] > [Configuration] > [Network] > [SMB ] > [Advanced Settings ] > [Authentication Level] using Web Image Monitor.
- When [Level 4: Kerberos Authentication] is selected, you can send scanned data to a computer that belongs to the domain and whose computer name is 15 characters or less.
1 Kerberos Authentication in Scan to Folder
Authentication level for SMB data transmission can be selected on the Web Image Monitor. You can specify Level 4 Kerberos Authentication.
2 SMB encryption by file server
You can use SMB data transmission to an encrypted file server. You can encrypt on per file server basis.
3 SMBv3.1.1 for Windows Authentication
You can use SMB3.1.1 for Windows Authentication and data transmission.
Security V2.0 update
1 End-to-end print encryption
To protect data from malicious attack and ensure end-to-end security, print data can now be encrypted using TLSv1.3.
2 Integrated Windows Authentication in SMTP Authentication
You can use the Integrated Windows Authentication (NTLM) as an authentication method for SMTP server.
Security V1.2 Update
1 End-to-end print encryption
To protect data from malicious attack and ensure end-to-end security, print data can now be encrypted using TLSv1.2.
2 SHA2 support on SNMPv3
To meet enhanced government security requirements, SHA2 (224bit/256bit/384bit/512bit) is now available as an authentication algorithm.
3 Secure internet fax connection
The POP3/IMAP4 encryption has been extended to include SSL/TLS. Customers using internet fax with Office 365 and Gsuite can now apply a secure SSL connection.
4 Batch change security settings
Eliminating the need to change/reinstate security settings manually at multiple individual devices, system administrators can now apply a remote global change to the following settings: user login, password and SNMP v3 account.
5 Batch change network protocols
Eliminating the need to change network protocol settings manually at multiple devices, system administrators can now apply a remote global change to the following settings: encryption strength; WSD (Encrypted Communication of Device) IPv4, NetBIOS over TCP/IPv4, Enable IPP Port 80 IPv4, IPP Port 80 IPv6, WSD (printer) IPv6, WSD (Scanner) IPv6, IPP (Port 631) IPv6, Permit SNMPv3 Communication, IPv4 and IPv6.