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Meet The Hacker - InsiderPhD

Meet the hacker: Katie Paxton-Fear

In our ‘meet the hacker’ series, we’re taking the time to talk with Intigriti community members that have an impressive track record, an unusual methodology or have made valuable contributions to the community. This time, we were talking to Katie Paxton-Fear (aka. InsiderPhD), who is well-known for her Youtube channel where she helps hacking newcomers […]

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Bug Bytes #128 – GraphQL Autocorrect, Dangerous Dynamic code loading & How to audit Salesforce Lightning Components

Bug Bytes is a weekly newsletter curated by members of the bug bounty community. The first series is curated by Mariem, better known as PentesterLand. Every week, she keeps us up to date with a comprehensive list of write-ups, tools, tutorials and resources. This issue covers the week from June 14 to 17. Intigriti News […]

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Bug bounty history

A history of bug bounty programs & incentivised vulnerability disclosure

Hacker-powered security and bug bounty programs are growing concepts within the cybersecurity sector today. What you may not know is that ethical hacking, often dubbed as white-hat hacking, predates black-hat hacking activities. Throughout the sixties, hacking simply meant optimising systems and machines to make them run more efficiently.   Today, we’re going to circle back to the beginning of bug bounty programs to discover how […]

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Meet the Hacker - Samuel Eng

Meet the hacker: Samuel Eng

In our ‘meet the hacker’ series, we’re taking the time to talk with Intigriti community members that have an impressive track record, an unusual methodology or have made valuable contributions to the community. This time, we were talking with Samuel Eng, who is one of the most experienced hackers out of Singapore. Hi Samuel! Please […]

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Illustrating Hackers: Changing perceptions by changing how we see hackers

Anyone familiar with the Intigriti brand is likely to know that we illustrate our hackers. If you know our brand but not our quirky cartoons, a glance at our Ethical Hacker Insights Report or weekly hacker interviews will quickly bring you up to speed. In this blog post, we’re going to disclose why we illustrate our hackers, introduce a few members of our community, and hear about the creative process from the illustrator himself.   Why […]

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