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ERNW Sectools will provide tools that will make IT environments a safer place. We are engineering our knowledge, experience and expertise into new security tools and we will ensure, that our tools will be designed and developed in a secure manner, so they won’t become a weak link in customer environments.


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    Installation

    As part of our product support service our professionals can support or take over the complete installation and integration of our products into customer environments. They are familiar with big enterprise networks and the corresponding technology. Please contact us for more details.

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    Customizing

    Our products come with a rich feature set of functionality and reports, but we also offer customizing of our products like adding additional features, more reports, integration into SSO environments or whatever needs customizing. We are here to make it work, so do not hesitate to ask us, if you have special requirements.


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Latest ERNW SecTools News

August 03, 2018

dizzy version 2.0 released

A new major version of our fuzzing framework dizzy has been released. This blog post will cover the biggest changes and new features, as well as give you a short introduction into how to use them. You can find the new version on github.

July 26, 2018

Diversity, Community, Blackhoodie

Gender equality in the Infosec world as a topic of discussion comes with a lot of heated arguments and differences in opinion. So let me start with some disclaimers on the target audience for this post. If you are in the category who believes everything about gender is perfect in the infosec world, this post […]

July 23, 2018

A little KeePass Mea Culpa…

Some weeks ago, I tweeted about grabbing clipboard content from KeePass with some PowerShell. From some reactions to this tweet, and after reading it a couple of times again, I realize it was sending the wrong message, and I would like to take a bit more than 280 chars to clarify what I meant when […]

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