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Compass Security employees regularly identify 0day security weaknesses in products, either during customer projects or during their research time. We report such vulnerabilities to the respective vendors and believe in coordinated disclosure, as long as the vendor acts in its and our clients’ best interests and provides us with regular and constructive feedback. If any of these conditions are not met, Compass Security might opt for full disclosure as defined in our Vulnerability Disclosure Policy.

 

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Reversing obfuscated passwords

During internal penetration tests or Windows client hardening engagements, we often find configuration files with obfuscated passwords. The post demonstrates a general approach and required tools to... mehr

Swiss QR Code Invoices for Phun and Profit

Modern problems require modern solutions, this applies to the finance sector as well. So what problems am I talking about? Digital Invoices in a Mixed Payment Slip Landscape In Switzerland we are... mehr

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Cyber Security Challenge Germany

The Cyber Security Challenge Germany (CSCG) was once again looking for young talents to make Germany's future safer. The online qualification has... Read more

Cyber Risks – from abstract risk to everyday reality

The Europa Institut at the University of Zurich (EIZ) is one of the leading centres of expertise for European Law and is an important provider of... Read more

Swiss Treasury Summit 2019

Das Schweizer Jahrestreffen der Treasurer - am 11. September 2019 an der HSLU in Rotkreuz. Read more

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Eine gelungene Feier zum 20-Jahre-Jubiläum

Compass Security lud am 07. Juni 2019 aktuelle und ehemalige Mitarbeitende, Kunden, Partner und Freunde ein, um ihr 20-jähriges Bestehen zu feiern.... Read more

Butcher Wechsler and the Hackers

The latest magazine of "Die Mobliliar" focusses on artificial intelligence as well as digitalization - and take a look at cyber crime. Read more

Hack2improve - a success story

The Furtwangen University of Applied Sciences offered a hacking workshop for the first time in 2008. What was a novelty at that time is now firmly... Read more

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