Category: Security

ClickOnce application suddenly blocked by AppLocker Group Policy

INTRODUCTION With the release of the Windows 7 and corresponding server operating system, the AppLocker technology has become a quintessential tool for system administrators to utilize. Thanks to it, administrators can restrict or allow end-users to run certain applications based on its publisher value, file path or even its unique file hash, all within an…



Java SE license change – How does it affect me and my organization?

Under 2018 Oracle released some big and important news regarding the future of Java SE. The big news is that Java SE requires a payed subscription in order to update the software, this change came into effect on the first on January 2019. In this article I’ll try to explain this new subscription change and…



Security Fest 2019

This year’s amazing conference Security Fest has now come to an end. Me and my colleague Sebastian had two really great days where we both have learned a lot and got new inspiration. Picture from Shira Shamban’s talk – “Your internet is down? It’s cyber warfare, stupid” Christoffer Jerkeby – Load Balancer with RCE, Hacking…



The best features in Varonis 7.4

The new big update to Varonis (7.4) was released about an month ago. Now after I have been upgrading and using it for a while I’m starting to get a feeling for the new features and it feels like a great time to talk a bit about the great features that were released. The first…



TLS 1.0 and 1.1 will be blocked, so update your Citrix Receiver!

Background As most of the things around us constantly gets updates and improvements, the enhancements regarding flaws in vulnerabilities of security are for most people the most critical. Since cryptographic protocols like TLS 1.0 has been used since 1999, with an update to TLS 1.1 in 2006, these protocols have been vulnerable to attacks like…