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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2017-51

Google’s Project Zero released details of a local proof-of-concept attack against a fully patched Windows 10 PC that allows an adversary to execute untrusted JavaScript outside a sandboxed environment on targeted systems. These vulnerabilities was patched this month, and they have a great technical write up. Dutch security firm Fox-IT has gone public about a […]


BF-SIRT Newsletter 2016-44

The top stories from this week consist of stories such as Google warning about an actively exploited 0-day vulnerability in Windows. You can also read a story about Critical Flaws in MySQL Give Hackers Root Access to Server, and Google joins Mozilla and Apple in banning WoSign and StartCom as CAs. Top 5 Security links […]


BF-SIRT Newsletter 2015-47

The top stories from this week consist of a story on how VirusTotal now Scans Mac OS X Apps for Malware, as well as how How TV ads silently ping commands to phones: Sneaky SilverPush code reverse-engineered. You can also read how A 23-year-old Windows 3.1 system failure crashed Paris airport, and how FBI denies […]


Debugging IIS crashes – default WER location

I was debugging some IIS crashes last week and thought I’d follow up with a few basics here as its a common enough problem. Another time I might write a series of posts on using the windows debuggers in detail and how one can go about this from scratch, but for the moment here’s a […]


Compete with Basefarm on KAM 2012: Win headphones from Beats by dr. dre!

This Wednesday representatives from Basefarm will attend the career day Kista arbetsmarknadsdag (KAM) in Stockholm. We will arrange a competition in our booth where you studentens can compete to win awesome beatspro headphones from Beats by dr. dre. Come by our booth to find out how to win them! Wonder how you can find us? […]


Thoughts on interviewing technical candidates and running technical tests

(We’re hiring – Drop us a line if you’d like to come and try our technical test!) We’ve been expanding quite a lot recently, which is a good thing of course, but also means that you often need to spend a fair amount of time doing recruitment and interviews. I find this side of […]


SQL Server TSM Restore appears to hang or takes much longer than expected

I’ve written previously about the dangers of VLF fragmentation, but the problems I’ve actually experienced before were always related to log based operations, i.e. recovery phase after a crash or database mirroring, but last week I saw an alternate issue where doing a full restore from IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM). At the start I […]