CF-19 Guide F.A.Q.

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  1. BaRRmaley

    BaRRmaley Notebook Deity

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    Fresh security patch for all Panasonic PC's with Win7 and higher

    DOWNLOAD DETAILS:
    Title: Remediate Service Path Vulnerability Utility (V1.00L10 M02)
    Panasonic PC in which Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8 and Windows 7 are pre-installed
    Model Number:
    Panasonic PC in which OS in following "Operating System" column is pre-installed.

    Operating System: Windows 10 64bit Ver.1803
    Windows 10 64bit Ver.1709
    Windows 10 64bit Ver.1703
    Windows 10 64bit Ver.1607
    Windows 10 64bit Ver.1511
    Windows 8.1 64bit
    Windows 8 64bit
    Windows 7 64bit SP1
    Windows 7 32bit SP1
    Language: Universal
    Last Updated Date: 2018/12/18
    File Description
    Remediate unquoted service path vulnerabilities of Panasonic applications.

    Information
    ■About this vulnerability


    Some Windows services registered from Panasonic applications have unquoted Windows search path vulnerability that allow local users to gain privileges.

    ■The impact of this vulnerability

    This vulnerability might allow applications to gain the service’s privileges in case the applications have the first part of the path containing the white space.

    ■About CVSS score

    CVSS v3.0 : Base Score 8.4 HIGH (AV:L/AC:L/PR:N/UI:N/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:H)
    CVSS v2.0 : Base Score 4.6 MEDIUM (AV:L/AC:L/Au:N/C:p/I:p/A:p)



    Notes
    ・ This application remediates service path vulnerability that is only Panasonic application.

    ・ This will not remediate service path vulnerabilities other than Panasonic applications.

    ・ Please read the operation procedure carefully, before using the utility.


    Reason for Update
    • - Dec 18, 2018: We discussed with JVN. We follow their published information.

      Also updated the "Acknowledgments to researchers" (PDF).
    http://pc-dl.panasonic.co.jp/dl/download/file/077770/s/b2a1311f12e07aa2/RSrvPath_V1.00L10_En.pdf
    http://pc-dl.panasonic.co.jp/dl/download/file/077770/s/6cf13af785502b02/RSrvPath_V1.00L10.exe
     
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  2. Shawn

    Shawn Crackpot Search Ninja and Options Whore

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    Read the country codes.
    Country code Z is not listed.
    Wonder what country that is.
    It's on my CF-D1.

    EDIT---

    Z seems to be generic for Europe
     
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  3. Shawn

    Shawn Crackpot Search Ninja and Options Whore

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    CF 19 comparison chart

    cf 19 comparison chart.jpg
     
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  4. evenflow153

    evenflow153 Notebook Evangelist

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    Z is that. Also I believe that M is Canada/US
     
  5. Rob2D

    Rob2D Notebook Enthusiast

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    Quick question about OS install. Been reading everything I can find and want to make sure I'm correct.

    So the best way to go about it is to install Win7 first, retrieve all the drivers manually to get everything working and then start the upgrade to 10?
     
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  6. toughasnails

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    Well some say that but others say do a clean install. Either way you got a lot of work ahead of you if you want to install Windows 10 .

    I just noticed you have a MK6. Not sure if Panasonic has a W10 driver pack for the MK6. It would make it easier for you
     
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    They might’ve done that. Still unsure
     
  8. Rob2D

    Rob2D Notebook Enthusiast

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    Well, everything has gone great with windows 7 so far. I installed Pro OEM and sure enough the motherboard was quite happy with that and I was even greeted by a lovely Panasonic wallapaper upon getting to the desktop!

    I downloaded the one click driver bundle for the MK6 Win7x64 and the whole lot was working straight away. Front buttons, utilities, ports and everything :)

    The installer only seemed to fail on one thing. Which upon checking device manger is my f5521gw Ericsson WAN card. I shall have to look for a driver for that somewhere next.

    Think I'll have fun in 7 for a while until I inevitably ruin everything with a 10 upgrade. I might ride out Win7 support here altogether maybe.

    This message was typed using a newly restored cf-19 mk6 :p
     
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    Since you got W7 Pro up and running good and if you have a spare HDD do a full backup / image of that drive so if you do try W10 and it does not go as planned you will have that drive to get your 19 back up and running again. That's what I did on my CF-53. I had a spare caddy and HDD and lucky I did because W10 did not go as planned for me . Been running W7 Pro 64 bit since with no problems at all .
     
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  10. evenflow153

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    What a new thing called backups can do :)
     
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