26th June 2023
ZX Green Team gets muddy planting native trees.
: Green Team Tree Planting at Ōwhiro Bay
20th June 2023
Last month ZX hosted the 10 Brandon Street Green Team meeting bringing together Green Teams from other companies in our building to share sustainability ideas.
: ZX Hosts 10 Brandon Street Green Team meeting
27th February 2023
We are thrilled to announce that we have officially set off on our carbon neutral journey with Toitū Envirocare!
: Setting off on our carbon neutral journey
10th November 2022
How to take advantage of the normal way users deploy runZero asset discovery to capture credentials
: Running a runZero (rumble.run) Rumbler for Zero Dollars
22nd June 2022
This past May the ZX Green Team went out on a mission to tidy up local shores.
: Green Team May Beach Clean Up
19th January 2022
Using a modified version of Blacklist3r, we managed to bypass authentication in OWIN
: Customising Blacklist3r for OWIN OAuth Access Tokens
14th December 2021
We’re excited to announce that Hacking for Heroes will return in 2022
: Hacking for Heroes will return…
16th July 2021
A dive into BMC PATROL Agent and the security issues within.
: Reverse engineering BMC PATROL Agent for static keys and IVs
19th March 2021
An investigation into how Intune allows users to escalate their privilege to become a local administrator.
: All my Intune users could become Local Administrators and it's a Feature?
18th March 2021
Blaise St-Laurent presented to the Microsoft GovTech forum on the 18th of March 2021 on the various mistakes, misconfigurations and missteps that ZX Security has seen in the last 2 years’ Azure security reviews.
: Microsoft GovTech presentation - Azure Security Faux Pas
4th November 2020
Blaise St-Laurent presented to the Aotearoa AWS Users Group on Tuesday the 10th of November 2020 on the various mistakes, misconfigurations and missteps that ZX Security has seen in the last 2 years’ AWS security reviews.
: AWSUG Presentation - AWS Security Faux Pas
8th August 2019
Claudio Contin was interviewed by the Daily Swig regarding his research into registering malicious service workers.
: Service Workers