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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
Welcome to a 5 part series on Recon with ProjectDiscovery! * Part 1 * Part 2 * Part 3 * Part 4 * Part 5 * This is the final post in our blog series on reconnaissance for penetration testing and bug bounty hunting. In this post, we look at some more creative ways to do
Security is a crucial factor for both small and large enterprises. This has led to the evolution of DevOps into DevSecOps, which integrates security at an internal level. As we have discussed in previous blogs, it is important to implement security within your DevOps cycle to ensure that it becomes
Welcome to a 5 part series on Recon with ProjectDiscovery! * Part 1 * Part 2 * Part 3 * Part 4 * Part 5 * Template-based Scanning Template-based scanning is a technique that can be used as part of reconnaissance to identify vulnerabilities and misconfigurations in a target system or network. It involves using a
Security is a fundamental requirement for businesses of all sizes. In recent years, DevOps has evolved into DevSecOps, which emphasizes the integration of security at every stage of the development process. As previously discussed, it is critical to incorporate security into the DevOps cycle to detect and mitigate potential security
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