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Look out for Miss Information: How to explain disinformation to children

February 9, 2021 / by

Have you ever questioned if what you read online is real or fake?   The internet is evolving – information can come from anywhere, be that reputable news sites, social media or articles without citation. It can be obvious to some which of these are trustworthy, however especially for the youth this isn’t so easy. […]

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Edgescan Features You Really Need To Know About

January 29, 2021 / by

As you may have noticed, the Edgescan platform has recently rolled-out an new UI and here are the features you really need to know about.  We are proud of the award-winning design and the improved functionality, feedback from users has been fantastic.      Validate Yourself All application layer vulnerabilities can be recreated by copying […]

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Edgescan UI wins GOOD DESIGN Award

January 28, 2021 / by

We are delighted to announce that the new Edgescan UI redesign has won a GOOD DESIGN Award in the category for Mobile Application 2020 design. The new Edgescan UI was designed in collaboration with Design Partners (Marija Cosic, Kevin Dunne and Cormac Ó Conaire) based in Bray alongside our own team consisting of David Kennefick, […]

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Introducing Edgescan’s New Dashboard

January 21, 2021 / by

We are delighted to announce that the new Edgescan user front-end interface will be released next week, and we’re really excited to get it in front of our customers. So what can you expect when you log in? A cleaner design We’ve spent a lot of time designing a cleaner interface, with better use of […]

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Top tips on how to secure a WordPress website

January 20, 2021 / by

WordPress is one of the most popular blogging and website platforms currently on the web. It is currently estimated that there are approximately 1.3 billion active websites at this time, it is believed that 445 millions of them are built with WordPress. Due to the popularity of the platform though and the nature of open […]

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Looking Back on Edgescan in 2020

January 19, 2021 / by

As we take a quick look back on 2020,  we hope 2021 brings you all the success in the world. While 2020 didn’t go as expected, at Edgescan we will take the positives out of what has been, for many reasons, a tough year.  The year started on a high as we celebrated our 6th […]

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More Vulnerabilities Discovered in Concrete5 by Edgescan Researcher

January 8, 2021 / by

This blog post will address recent Cross Site Scripting (XSS) Stored & HTML Injection Stored vulnerabilities discovered by Edgescan Senior Information Security Consultant, Guram Javakhishvili. These vulnerabilities were discovered while validating alerts as part of Edgescan’s human intelligence verification. These discoveries are shared with clients so they can evaluate and mitigate the risks. The vendor […]

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Edgescan Identifies Top 5 CVEs Weaponized by Cyber Criminals

December 12, 2020 / by

As we put the finishing touches to the Edgescan 2021 Vulnerability Statistics Report is has become clear that criminals are leveraging known, unpatched vulnerabilities in order launch attacks on unsuspecting organisations.  We have compiled a list of the top 5, the list includes the CVE, it’s impact and the threat actors taking advantage of the […]

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Edgescan Wins at Computing Security Awards 2020

December 11, 2020 / by

This year’s Computing Security Awards 2020 ceremony was held online instead of the usual black-tie affair! In a fun and fast virtual award ceremony with plenty of throwbacks to prior years with party reels, this year’s Computing Security Award Ceremony will be one to remember!   Edgescan was nominated for three awards this year:    Penetration Testing […]

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Remembering Conor Cronin

December 4, 2020 / by

Edgescan lost a team member four weeks ago.  Conor wasn’t just a member of a team. He was our friend, our brother, someone who always cheered you up if you needed cheering up. He was the one you always enjoyed having a pint with.   He was funny to the bone.   Conor started with […]

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