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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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XSS worm – A creative use of web application vulnerability

In my free time, I like to do some bug bounty hunting. For some reasons, I’ve been doing this almost exclusively for Swisscom. One of the reason is that the scope is very broad and I like to have this... mehr

Substitutable Message Service

Have you ever said something and later regretted it? Or written an email to someone and then wished it had not happened? Or sent an SMS message but afterward desired to change its content? Well,... mehr

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Beer-Talk #18 in Berlin: How to pwn a Global Player in two days

Thanks to greater financial and personal resources, large companies are better equipped against hacking attacks than smaller companies and startups.... Read more

Beer-Talk #27 in Zurich: WiFi Open to WPA3

WiFi is omnipresent, but the networks often have weaknesses. Does the WPA3 standard provide additional defenses? We will show you whether the WiFi... Read more

5. Digital Real Estate Summit 2019

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Vulnerability in mod_auth_openidc module

Mischa Bachmann has identified a reflected cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the mod_auth_openidc module for the Apache 2.x HTTP server. Read more

Compass Security supervises scientific work

Compass Security volunteers as supervisor for academic work and studies relating to information security. Read more

Vulnerability in the Siemens SICAM A8000 Series web interface

Emanuel Duss and Nicolas Heiniger have identified an XXE vulnerability in the web interface of the Siemens SICAM A8000 Series. Read more

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