Is the document security and communication in Printix secure? (FAQs)
Documents are encrypted and stored until they expire and/or get deleted. All Printix communication inside and outside the network is secured with encryption and the use of HTTPS protocol.
- Documents are encrypted and stored until they expire and/or get deleted.
- Documents do not leave your network, unless you enable additional functionality or printing via the cloud. See also: Which documents go via the cloud?
- Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with a key length of 256 bits is used to encrypt documents.
- All Printix communication inside and outside the network is secured with encryption and the use of HTTPS.
- SNMP is used to collect information from printers. Both SNMPv1 and SNMPv3 is supported.
- Print data is sent unencrypted to the printer, but with secure IPPS it can be sent encrypted to printers that support secure IPPS.
- Printix Client will always use the highest available TLS version (1.2). However, to allow a seamless setup Printix Client does accept older and less secure versions of TLS, like 1.0. You may want to enable TLS 1.2 on all computers.