Security Explorations is a security research laboratory of AG Security Research company.

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Adam Gowdiak received M.Sc. degree in Computer Science from the Poznan University of Technology. Prior to founding Security Explorations, he worked for the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center and Sun Microsystems Laboratories. For over 8 years, he was also an active member of a notable Polish security research group called The Last Stage of Delirium, or LSD.

Adam is an experienced bug hunter and reverse engineer. He is also a Java Virtual Machine hacker, with over 100 security issues uncovered in the Java technology over the recent years. He is also the Argus Hacking Contest co-winner and the man who has put Microsoft Windows to its knees (the original discoverer of MS03-026 / MS Blaster worm bug). He was also the first expert to present a successful and widespread attack against mobile Java platform in 2004.

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A summary information about Security Explorations can be found in the following documents:

An archive of all public research materials is available for download in a compact form from below:

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Jun 2008

Security Explorations comes to life
Breaking security of mobile Java and Nokia S40 devices

Aug 2008

Jan 2012

Breaking security of a digital satellite TV platform, first successful hack of Conax CAS with chipset pairing
Discovery of 20 security vulnerabilities in Oracle Java

Apr 2012

Sep 2012

Discovery of Java security vulnerability affecting 1+ billion devices Breaking security of IBM Java
Breaking security of Oracle Java cloud service

Jan 2014

Jun 2014

Discovery of 20 security issues in Oracle Database Java VM
Discovery of 30 security issues affecting Google App Engine for Java

Dec 2014

Feb 2018

Breaking security of Multiroom service of NC+ SAT TV Platform
Discovery of ST DVB chipset vulnerability

Jan 2019

Mar 2019

Discovery of 19 Java Card vulnerabilities
Discovery of a remote Gemalto SIM card vulnerability

Apr 2019

Jul 2022

Security Explorations becomes security research lab of AG Security Research company
Security Explorations completes security analysis of Microsoft PlayReady content protection technology

Aug 2022