Tag: security

Large databreach, how to minimize online vulnerabilities, and improve responsetime

Last week I found a data breach in a large companies website, exposing over 2 million customer records (name, address, email, phone number) It’s always a though choice, do I call it in and risk getting sued, or… Read More

Gaining Root Access on Philips B120N Babycam

Update, I have a new philips babycam, and rooted it again, so I added some more info. This is an older post, and after having contacted philips, they told me they had received a report of this issue… Read More

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Mailchimp Security – 3 tips to keep your mailinglists safe

Mailchimp is a great and versatile web application used by lots of websites, it’s easy and secure. But correct implementation by the developer is needed to keep your subscriber data safe, with so many users using Mailchimp, it’s… Read More

Secure your app API

The past month I tested 3 web / mobile applications on security, and 2 of them really had some big issues. They were medium sized business apps, I have sent them detailed reports, and they have fixed the issues. I… Read More

SSH Key Authentication

If you are working with SSH a lot, it might be useful to generate a keypair, and setup the public key on your remote server, so you can easily login without needing to enter a password every time… Read More