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Common Criteria Validated Devices


Common Criteria provides a framework to validate the security functionality of a system(s) by performing a set of rigorous and repeatable tests. This framework provides participating countries assurance that tested product(s) meet the internationally agreed upon security functional criteria. Lexmark devices are validated through an internationally approved independent laboratory using the latest policy guidance. For the last two evaluation cycles, Lexmark products has been validated using the CCRA-approved IEEE 2600 protection profiles. The IEEE 2600 protection profile was designed to define security threats related to hardcopy, security functionality to combat those threats, and provide assurance testing for a class of security devices related to hardcopy. Meeting the requirements defined in the Common Criteria framework, a product evaluated by one nation is considered to have a valid evaluation by all other nations who have signed the Common Criteria Recognition Agreement (CCRA) which includes U.S. National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP). This, in practice, can result in common procurement requirements for the governments that are part of the CCRA.

In some cases, Lexmark may have two or more separate evaluations listed with similar model numbers.  This is done because some Lexmark devices ship with a hard drive or have other functional differences, which require additional security targets to validate the security capabilities of the device. Adding these other validated devices gives Lexmark customers more options when selecting the appropriate device that meets their internal security requirements.


  • Third-party validation assures customers that security capabilities protect the device as claimed by the manufacturer.
  • Devices are validated using the 2600-2008 IEEE Standard for Information Technology: Hardcopy Device and System Security.
  • Two separate validations are performed on Lexmark devices: one with a hard drive and one without a hard drive.

Current Certificates

Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) 3

Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) 2

Evaluated Products

  • Lexmark 6500e with T650, T652, T654
  • Lexmark C4150
  • Lexmark C6160
  • Lexmark CS510
  • Lexmark CS720
  • Lexmark CS725
  • Lexmark CS820
  • Lexmark CX410
  • Lexmark CX510
  • Lexmark CX725
  • Lexmark CX725h
  • Lexmark CX820
  • Lexmark CX860
  • Lexmark MX410
  • Lexmark MX510
  • Lexmark MX511
  • Lexmark MX511h
  • Lexmark MX610
  • Lexmark MX611
  • Lexmark MX611h
  • Lexmark MX710
  • Lexmark MX710h
  • Lexmark MX711h
  • Lexmark MX810
  • Lexmark MX811
  • Lexmark MX812
  • Lexmark MX910
  • Lexmark MX911
  • Lexmark MX912
  • Lexmark X463
  • Lexmark X464
  • Lexmark X466
  • Lexmark X548
  • Lexmark X651
  • Lexmark X652
  • Lexmark X654
  • Lexmark X656
  • Lexmark X658
  • Lexmark X734
  • Lexmark X736
  • Lexmark X738
  • Lexmark X746
  • Lexmark X748
  • Lexmark X792
  • Lexmark X860
  • Lexmark X862
  • Lexmark X864
  • Lexmark X925
  • Lexmark X950
  • Lexmark X952
  • Lexmark X954
  • Lexmark XC4140
  • Lexmark XC4150
  • Lexmark XC6152
  • Lexmark XC8155
  • Lexmark XC8160