Category Archives: zero day

Websites Nederlandse politieke partijen onvoldoende beveiligd

In de recente hack bij de Democratische Partij in de VS (toen Hillary Clinton presidentskandidate was), werden Clinton en haar partij in diskrediet gebracht doordat bijna twintig duizend interne mails van de partijtop op internet zijn geplaatst door WikiLeaks. Eerder publiceerde WikiLeaks meer … Continue reading

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How to hack the upcoming Dutch elections – and how hackers could have hacked all Dutch elections since 2009

As everybody has read in the newspapers, the recent American elections involved multiple and severe hacking attacks. Tens of thousands of confidential and private emails from Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) were leaked via WikiLeaks. It is thought … Continue reading

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Scanning an enterprise organisation for the critical Java deserialization vulnerability

On November 6, security researchers of FoxGlove Security released five zero day exploits for WebSphere, WebLogic, JBoss, Jenkins and OpenNMS. These software products are used everywhere in enterprise organizations and with the published exploits remote malicious code can be unauthenticated executed. … Continue reading

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