About Me

About Me

My name is Dominik Penner. I’m a 21 year old infosec enthusiast and security researcher. I specialize in web-app security and operating systems. I have helped a wide variety of organizations secure their systems over the course of approximately 7 years. Some of these include: Internet Service Providers & Electronic Medical Software vendors. My main focus is to report critical vulnerabilities in software/hardware before malicious adversaries have the opportunity to exploit them.

Vulnerability Reports / CVEs



Python API wrapper for the tools hosted on spyse.com.

“Spyse is a developer of complete DAAS (Data-As-A-Service) solutions for Internet security professionals, corporate and remote system administrators, SSL / TLS encryption certificate providers, data centers and business analysts. All Spyse online solutions are represented by thematic services that have a single platform for collecting, processing and aggregating information.” - spyse.com


Year Publisher Title
04/2019 PortSwigger EA plugs RCE vulnerability that left gamers at risk of pwnage
04/2019 SC Magazine EA Origin client bug allows threat actors to run remote code
04/2019 PCMag Security Flaw Allowed Any App to Run Using EA’s Origin Client
04/2019 TechCrunch Security flaw in EA’s Origin client exposed gamers to hackers
04/2019 Gizmodo EA Origin Users, Update Your Client Now
04/2019 The Sun HACK ATTACK Sims 4, Battlefield and Fifa players’ computers could be taken over by hackers
08/2018 ThreatPost Canadian Telcos Patch an APT-Ready Flaw in Disability Services
08/2018 Bleeping Computer Canadian Telcos Patch Vulnerability in TRS Systems
08/2018 ZDNet OpenEMR security flaws could have exposed millions of patient records
08/2018 SCMagazine Health care software OpenEMR patched after discovery of bugs threatening patient records
08/2018 BBC News Health records ‘put at risk by security bugs’
08/2018 The Register Hey, you know what a popular medical record system doesn’t need? 23 security vulnerabilities
08/2018 Gizmodo Medical Records of 90 Million People Left Vulnerable to Critical Security Flaws