Arne Vidstrom is a Swedish IT security expert with over 20 years of experience. He's been a computer security engineer at the largest Swedish telecom operator, Telia, and an IT security researcher at the Swedish Defense Research Agency.
During the years he's worked with application security testing, security code reviews, penetration testing, security configuration reviews, security training, computer forensics, applied cryptanalysis, reverse engineering for both malware analysis and vulnerability research, SCADA security, security testing of network and telecommunications equipment, security tool development (both offensive and defensive), web security, exploit development, a bit of security monitoring and incident response, and more.
Arne is an electrical engineer and has a BSc in mathematics with a minor in information systems. His bachelor thesis was on coding theory. He also has an MSc in biology (focusing on behavioral biology, evolutionary psychology, evolutionary game theory, and neurobiology). In addition, Arne has taken university courses in business development, accounting, managerial accounting, business law, international business law, IT law, labor law, and administrative law.
He's also the technical editor of the McGraw-Hill Osborne Media book Windows Security Portable Reference.
CVE-2013-0700 - Siemens SIMATIC S7-1200 industrial controller vulnerabilities
BID 55558 (2012) - McAfee Application Control whitelisting file execution vulnerability
BID 55554 (2012) - SE46 application whitelisting file execution vulnerability
CVE-2007-1194 - Norman Sandbox Analyzer vulnerability
CVE-2005-1578 - EnCase Forensic Edition vulnerability
BID 13611 (2005) - Ibas ExpertEraser improper disk wipe vulnerability
CVE-2001-0006 - Windows NT 4.0 winsock mutex vulnerability
CVE-2000-0121 - Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0 recycle bin vulnerability (credit shared with Nobuo Miwa)
CVE-2000-0116 - Check Point Firewall-1 vulnerability
CVE-2000-0089 - Windows NT 4.0 Terminal Server Edition RDISK vulnerability
CVE-1999-0839 - Windows NT 4.0 Task Scheduler vulnerability (credit shared with Svante Sennmark)
CVE-1999-0752 - Netscape Enterprise Server SSL handshake vulnerability
Plus a number of vulnerabilities in lesser known products: CVE-2002-0222, CVE-2002-0139, CVE-2001-1281, CVE-2001-1280, CVE-2000-0016, CVE-1999-1535, CVE-1999-1500, CVE-1999-1236, CVE-1999-0776, CVE-1999-0219, CVE-1999-0079
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