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12/4/2019 1:35:28 PM; Posted by: Oscar Hjelm

High-risk Vulnerabilities in CMS Product

Cybercom uncovered multiple flaws in a Swedish CMS platform named SiteVision, developed by SiteVision AB. The vulnerabilities were disclosed to the vendor, who could then start working on an update. This disclosure is done a couple of months after the patch was released, in order to give organisations using the product ample time to update.

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11/1/2017 10:11:22 AM; Posted by: Janne Haldesten

United we (should) stand

Ransomware is a scourge, being on of the most widespread threats any organisation or individual can face today. 

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7/10/2017 2:17:00 PM; Posted by: Janne Haldesteen

Report from the front - news from Almedalen

Almedalen, situated in Visby on the island of Gotland, is the most significant political event of the year in Sweden. From a national security point-of-view, Gotlands geo-strategic location in the middle of the Baltic Sea makes it the ideal place to discuss the increasing importance of national security, cyber and defence, which in turn was my main area to cover.

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8/31/2015 1:54:48 PM; Posted by: Janne Haldesten

What happens in Vegas, shouldn't always stay there

Being THE information security events of the year, Blackhat and Defcon in Las Vegas, USA, had a lot to offer this year too. In general, Internet-of-Things and cyber physical systems security received a lot of attention ranging from spread spectrum satcom hacking and drone takedown, using SDR (Software Defined Radio) and RF-attacks, to attacks against various IoT devices such as Linux powered rifles and payment solutions.

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6/19/2014 1:17:51 PM; Posted by:

Do All Vendors Underperform?

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About this blog

Sure, there are wonderful things that will happen in the IT world a few years from now. There are, of course, extremely advanced stuff coming that will both solve (and create) extremely advanced problems.

I won’t spend too much effort on those in this blog. Instead, I will write about easy - or at least possible - uses of technology or methods we already know. Things one can do to can solve the issues with IT, connectivity, or security that you and I have in our faces every day. Hard problems, comparatively easy solutions.

In other words: this is a blog about low hanging fruits.

Bengt Berg Cybercom

Bengt Berg

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