HP LaserJet M5035 MFP / M5035 MFP X / M5035 MFP XS / M5025 MFP Firmware Upgrade Utility 48_240_0B


This firmware version installs code signing verification functionality. Firmware signed by HP guarantees the integrity and authenticity of the code; meaning that the firmware was produced by HP (authenticity) and that the firmware has not been altered in any way (integrity).


Once this firmware has been applied to your printer or multifunction device it CANNOT BE DOWNGRADED to a previous version of firmware.


It is important to note that Code Signing Verification functionality has been provided with this version of firmware and will be provided with all future versions of firmware, therefore, the ability to downgrade to a previous version of firmware no longer exists.
The Readme file provides specific installation instructions and other information you should know before you perform a firmware update for your HP LaserJet Series printer. Installation instructions are provided for Single and Multiple Printer Updates.

Product Name(s):

HP LaserJet M5035 MFP, HP LaserJet M5035 MFP X, HP LaserJet M5035 MFP XS, HP LaserJet M5025 MFP

Model Number(s):

Q7829A, Q7830A, Q7831A, Q7840A


- Base Product:
Now you are able to set tray 2 as the default tray for copying and have the MFP pull from tray 2 regardless of what type is in the tray.
The ability to retain Personal Stored Jobs through a Power Cycle.

- Embedded Digital Sending:
Support for password encrypted PDF has been added. When the password encrypted PDF feature is enabled, users will be prompted for a password when scanning a document at the MFP. This password is used as the encryption seed, and will need to be entered.

- Analog Fax:
No new updates

- Embedded Jet Direct:
802.1x failure to negotiate disables networking
No SSL Proxy available to Auto-Send
Secure@Install support is now available
SNMPv3 privacy and authentication use keys rather than passphrases

Fixes Or Improvements:

This firmware provides fixes or improvements for following issues:

Base Product:
- Adding Job storage support to Copy ID feature
After restore factory settings, the Smartcard authentication window is not displaying on the MFP Control Panel, even though all configurations are re-configured.
Certain Japanese characters are being desplayed incorrectly on the front control panel.
In some cases you may not be able to cancel a copy job after starting to copy multiple jobs.
Incorrect characters are appearing on UI in Language screen when MFP language is changed to Japanese
The phrase "To use AutoSend with E-mail, you must first configure your E-mail Serve"' was not localized in Slovak and Russian languages.
The scanner may fail to initialize properly after a soft reboot is performed while the device is in sleep mode.
When connected to a Multi Function Finisher and a paper jam occurs, you may still see the error on the control panel even after clearing the jam.
You may not be able to cancel a job If a user starts to feed a document through the ADF, then changes their mind after checking the glass.
You may see a "PCL-XL Error: IllegalMediaSize" when printing A6 media size (Tray 1) from Word (Office 2003/2007) from XP SP3 to the CP3505 with Latest 11.1 FW installed. Printing from the UPD causes the PCL-XL error. But discrete driver works fine.

- Embedded Digital Sending:
Email addresses (including Fax Notification) may not be consistently set from device security services.
For devices with the HP US Government SmartCard Authentication solution enabled, after a cold reset Send to Network Folder, Send to Fax, and Send to Email are unable to be configured through the device Embedded Web Server after a cold reset.
Send to FTP will generate 0 bytes files in in FTP destination when the device is in ACTIVE mode and with a firewall enabled on the FTP server.

- Analog Fax:
Ringdale - Changes to the Fax application system variables do not take effect until after a reboot.
Embedded RightFax Metadata File May be incompatible with DSS
Missing thumbnails while receiving faxes

- Embedded Jet Direct:
A "Reflected XSS" is possible due to redirection to HTTPS
Certificate Signing Requests specify 1024 bit keys; should specify 2048 bit keys
Crash results when a duplicate IPv6 address is encountered
Crash results when navigating to Refresh Rate in Networking pages
Misbehavior when DHCP NAK received
SSL vulnerable to a Cipersuite downgrade attack
SSL vulnerable to a man-in-the-middle renegotiation attack
Telnet crashes
The default key size for Certificate Signing Requests should be 2048 bits not, 1024

last update:
January 8th, 2012, 11:12 GMT
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file size:
49.5 MB
C: \ Firmware \ HP
Windows 2K / XP / 2003 / Vista / XP 64 bit / 2008 / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit


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