25 April 2024

Over 3000 Qlik Sense servers still vulnerable to Cactus ransomware

Share this message
Qlik Sense Enterprise for Windows Cactus Ransomware

In November of last year we reported how two critical vulnerabilities in Qlik Sense Enterprise for Windows were being exploited in the Cactus ransomware campaign. Unfortunately, not everyone seems to have gotten the message, as Dutch IT security firm Fox-IT recently identified over 3000 vulnerable Qlik Sense servers still connected to the Internet.

If you need help with:

  • Patching / upgrading your Qlik Sense environment
  • Determining if your environment has been impacted by the Cactus ransomware
  • Support in safely deploying your Qlik environment on the Internet

Then do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

You can read the full report from Fox-IT here.

Take your Qlik skills to the next level!

Since 2013, the Masters Summit for Qlik is the premier advanced training for Qlik. Join us in Vienna and take your Qlik skills to the next level.

Join the team!

Do you want to work within a highly-skilled, informal team where craftsmanship, ingenuity, knowledge sharing and personal development are valued and encouraged? Check out our job openings.

New Release Qlik Vulnerability

How can we help?

Barry has over 20 years experience as a Data & Analytics architect, developer, trainer and author. He will gladly help you with any questions you may have.