Swascan in the CERT-EU Hall of Fame

Another success for the Swascan Cyber Research Team, which adds to the long list of Vulnerability Disclosure and collaborations already successfully completed in less than 12 months: Swascan has been officially included in the CERT-EU Hall of Fame. Speaking about the recognition – particularly in such a complex moment -, Pierguido Iezzi, Co-Founder of Swascan


Swascan works with Xfinity to responsibly remediate security vulnerabilities

Recently, the Swascan vulnerability team uncovered potential security vulnerabilities (further details of the vulnerability are provided below) and notified Xfinity’s Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) through their responsible disclosure program. The Swascan notification included all of the necessary information for Xfinity to remediate the vulnerability in a timely fashion. Thereafter, we collaborated with the


GoToMeeting and Swascan Collaborate to Proactively Address Software Vulnerability

The landscape of Cyber Security is quickly changing. More and more perils spring up everyday, that’s why is more important than ever to cultivate the practice of a Responsible Vulnerability Discosure. Swascan is quickly becoming the European authority in this field, thanks to the recognition obtained with it’s collaborations in the Responsible Vulnerability Discosure field


Swascan discovers vulnerabilities on SAP’s Web Applications

Another success for Swascan’s Cyber Security Resarch Team. After the accomplishments gained with Adobe, Microsoft, Lenovo,Huawei and Nokia it was SAP’s turn, the leading global ERP software provider, to end up under the watchful eye of Swascan’s magnifying glass. The analysis result yielded several vulnerabilities of critical level related to SAP’s IT infrastructure. Swascan, the Italian


Swascan uncovers Huawei ‘s vulnerabilities

Swascan, the Cyber Security Firm that thanks to its Research Team had already been able to unravel the vulnerabilities of Adobe, Microsoft and Lenovo recently brought to light some critical issues of Huawei’s web applications and servers, the giant specialized in the production of systems and solutions for networks and telecommunications. Swascan, the Italian Cyber Security company


Swascan finds vulnerabilities, collaborates with Lenovo to fix

The Cyber Security Team of the Italian company Swascan has discovered 9 vulnerabilities related to the servers/application of Lenovo’s infrastructure. Lenovo Group Limited, is the well-known multinational that produces and sells personal computers, tablets, smartphones, workstations, servers, electronic storage devices, IT management software and smart televisions. Swascan is the Italian Cyber Security company founded by