In the age of digitization, there's an imperative for companies, developers, and users to prioritize security. The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) system, and its associated CVSS scores, have played a pivotal role in helping the industry identify, categorize, and react to security issues. However, when every potential flaw is
Ever since joining ProjectDiscovery over nine months ago, I've been constantly surprised about many aspects of the state of the security industry today. Having lived through the open source revolution in software development and DevOps, I came to understand that a lot of what I learned and assumed from those
As I mentioned in my blog about joining ProjectDiscovery, I came from mostly a DevOps background - I was just getting into software development as a career when the term "DevOps" was coined in 2009, almost 15 years ago. And so I got to see the problems that existed in
The only constant is change. Perhaps nowhere is that more true than in software and security. Ever-evolving business needs and an ever-increasing speed of innovation have come together to cause an explosion in available surface area for attackers. This comes in many forms – with an ever-increasing list of tools that
ProjectDiscovery is best known for creating open-source security tools like Nuclei, Subfinder, and HTTPx that are widely used and appreciated by the security community. Their approach to tool development aligns with the well-known "Unix Philosophy". But, what exactly does this mean? The Unix Philosophy The Unix Philosophy is a widely
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