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At the end of last year, ForeScout analyzed seven open-source software libraries and found a set of 33 vulnerabilities in four of them (uip, picoTCP, FNET, Nut/Net). Three of these vulnerabilities are critical and can lead to remote code execution.

04/02/2021
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To help you and your team stay positive, we are advancing our training offering this year to make it more accessible and efficient. Have you already heard of Riscure Security Training?

29/01/2021
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Recently a new power-side channel attack, which was named Platypus. At Riscure, we can determine whether your product is vulnerable to Platypus.

08/12/2020
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We are sharing some tips on how to attend the Workshop sessions live and watch the recording later.

31/08/2020
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In this blog post, we answer all the questions that we did not cover during the live webinar "Master your Secure Boot Development".

16/07/2020
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In this blog post we discuss the solutions from Riscure that help our customers make their solutions more robust: our tools, services and security training.

10/04/2020
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Fault Injection is recognized independently as a common weakness by a reputable party.

27/03/2020
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At Riscure, we believe that one way to extract the benefit out of the current circumstances is to focus on building or enhancing your expertise.

27/03/2020
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Setting priorities right is very important when it comes to security. As a developer of a software and/or hardware solution, you simply cannot chase every single bug or design issue. If you know how your device or program can be attacked, you can work on countermeasures. However, there are many ways to attack, and this has to be prioritized further.

21/01/2020
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