Security Impact to PCoIP Zero Clients and Remote Workstation Cards

Posted on 26 June, 2020

Due to security vulnerabilities (including the newly discovered Ripple20) in older firmware versions, Teradici is immediately retiring Firmware 5.5.x for?PCoIP Zero Clients and 4.9.x Remote Workstation Cards.

These firmware versions will no longer be supported by Teradici. Visit our security advisory page for more details on the security vulnerabilities.

We are committed to supporting our customers during this transition period. Teradici highly recommends all PCoIP Zero Client and Remote Workstation Card users to upgrade their firmware to patch this security vulnerability as soon as possible.

All Access subscribers can download 20.01.3 or 20.04.1 via the download pages for zero clients and remote workstation cards.

If you are not yet an All Access subscriber, learn more about how to upgrade the firmware immediately:

Upgrade PCoIP Zero Client firmware

Upgrade PCoIP Remote Workstation Card firmware

Additional resources are available to you along with the personal support of our sales staff. For more information about support Teradici products, go to the?Teradici Lifecycle page.

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