Test your computer security with one click

Dagbladet's test engine can tell if you are registered with known security flaws.

OPEN PORTS: Journalists in the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet have found many examples of how a lack of data security can affect people at home, at work and in the public domain. Photo: Øistein Norum Monsen / Dagbladet.
OPEN PORTS: Journalists in the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet have found many examples of how a lack of data security can affect people at home, at work and in the public domain. Photo: Øistein Norum Monsen / Dagbladet. Vis mer
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(Dagbladet): How secure are your photos and documents? Not to mention databases containing sensitive company data or high-tech devices that are connected to the Internet?

In the last few months the newspaper Dagbladet has revealed poor computer security in Norway.

Dagbladet has revealed:• 290 vulnerable control systems, in banks, schools, nursing homes - and a military camp• 2048 surveillance cameras in private homes, night clubs, shops and restaurants• 2500 control systems connected to the Internet with minimal or no security• 500 of these control industrial or critical infrastructure• Thousands of data bases and servers that give away content without passwords

Findings are in Norway alone. Your country is likely no better.

Test yourself As a service to its readers, Dagbladet has made it easy to test whether you have information or critical systems accessible to the Internet.

YOU CAN DO THE TEST HERE

The test is set up to automatically check your IP address. In this way you can test your own system, but not your neighbour's.

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