<img src="https://certify.alexametrics.com/atrk.gif?account=kla4t1zDGU20kU" style="display:none" height="1" width="1" alt="">
Contact us
Free Quickscan →
Cybersprint Digital Risk Protection Platform

The Cybersprint Platform

We’ve developed a unique Digital Risk Protection SaaS-platform that works 24/7 as an automated ethical hacker, continuously in search of online vulnerabilities. Read more

Cybersprint provides realtime insights

Make the world more cyber-secure

Cybersprint protects organisations by providing real-time insights into their online footprint. Read more

Critical Security Issue Jira (CVE-2019-11581) forms threat

by Cybersprint News Jul 18, 2019

Atlassian has published a security advisory of a JIRA vulnerability found last week (CVE-2019-11581) that has affected many organisations worldwide.

The problem with this cyber threat is that malicious actors can execute remote commands (RCE).

Atlassian advises to turn off the Contact Administrator's form immediately or to upgrade to a fixed version as soon as possible.

While Jira ships by default with this feature OFF, you can check to make sure it is disabled if you are a Jira administrator.

screenshot Jira vulnerability found

5 steps to secure:


  1. Choose icon settings > System
  2. Select General Configuration to open the Administration page. 
  3. Click the Edit Settings button
  4. Scroll down to the Contact Administrators Form and select OFF
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the Update button for this setting to take affect.

    We recommend that you review the complete advisory in Jira Server - Template injection in various resources - CVE-2019-11581

Besides this recommendation, the Cybersprint research team did some extra digging and found that many European organisations and companies are now potentially vulnerable to this threat.

Alert on current Digital Risks

By simply using the brand or organisation's name our unique Digital Risk Protection SaaS-platform detects external digital risks at an early stage.

The platform works 24/7 is continuously in search of current online vulnerabilities on many different channels.  We implemented many of the same techniques hackers use when we search for online vulnerabilities and open doors. An important difference being that our platform uses Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning, Data Visualisation and Big Data to work faster than hackers and to stay ahead of cyber criminals. This way we can automatically map any online footprint and timely detect cyber threats.

We help secure our customers by timely notifying them through our Digital Risk Protection Platform on incidents like these and others. One of the many benefits of these proactive alerts is that our customers are able to mitigate digital risks faster and thus become more cyber resilient.

Please contact Cybersprint today and request a Quickscan to discover your online footprint and reduce your online attack surface.

 

Cybersprint at KPN NLSecure[ID] event

On Tuesday 28 January 2020, the NLSecure[ID] event of KPN Security takes place at the NBC Congrescentrum. During this event, Cybersprint’s CEO Pieter Jansen will host a presentation about innovations in cybersecurity, where he’ll dive deeper into possible solutions and strategies that can be applied to combat and prevent digital threats. Interested in joining? Pieter will present from 15:00-15:30h in the Black Track of the event.

read more

'S-HERTOGENBOSCH CHOOSES CYBERSPRINT TO INCREASE DIGITAL SECURITY

The Hague/'s-Hertogenbosch, 28 November 2019 - Today, the municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch announces it will use the services of cyber security company Cybersprint to strengthen the digital security of its IT infrastructure. All organisations, including municipalities and governments, are exposed to the dangers of cybercrime on a daily basis. With Cybersprint's Digital Risk Protection platform, the municipality gains even better insights into their digital systems and the possible vulnerabilities. By doing so, digital threats can be solved at an early stage, before a malicious party can take advantage of them.

read more

Damage caused by phishing continues to increase in Dutch banking sector

26 November 2019- Today it was announced that the amount of damages caused by phishing has increased again in the Netherlands. This is shown by figures from the Dutch Payments Association and the Dutch Banking Association. Phishing therefore remains a major problem that organisations have to take into account. Many of the highest profile breaches over the past two decades — including those affecting major banks, retail chains, and government organisations — were made possible because one person clicked a link or attachment in a phishing email. But how can organisations and their clients protect themselves?

read more

Do you have a question?

Our experts have the answers

Contact us