Welcome to our first community spotlight blog! We started the community spotlight recently for two major reasons: to recognize the work of some of our most active community members and to share that work with others. ProjectDiscovery is community driven, and all of our tools wouldn’t be possible without
This is the second part of our series on bug bounty etiquette. Part one looks at what you should be doing. Last month we talked about bug bounty etiquette and how to be a good bug bounty hunter; not in the sense of finding more bugs, but rather in how
This is part one of our two-part series on polite hacking, focusing on what to do. Part two talks about what not to do (link coming soon). This blog is not about techniques. It’s not about tools to use, how to find the vulnerability, or anything like that. There
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This post is part 2 of a two part series. The 1st part is here. In American Ninja Warrior, based on the original Japanese show Sasuke, there’s an obstacle called the warped wall, and if you’ve ever seen an episode of these shows, it’s an extremely familiar
Inside a dim room with a single, bare lightbulb swinging lazily in random paths, a hooded shadowy figure is seated in front of the greenish blue glow of a laptop screen. The speedy clacking of his keyboard reverberates around the seemingly endless room with authority and conviction; there’s a
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