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Why you should consider running a live hacking event

Group hacking is a collaborative and creative sport. Organize it as a live hacking event with in-person attendees and you’ll get incredible synergy. Security researchers really thrive when they come together to give their all testing assets and systems for cybersecurity vulnerabilities during a set period of time. At Intigriti, we’re no strangers to these […]

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Bug Bytes #182 – Infosec twitter migrates to Mastodon, Google Pixel Lock Screen Bypass and Next-Gen Spidering with Katana

Bug Bytes is a weekly newsletter curated by members of the bug bounty community. The second series is curated by InsiderPhD. Every week, she keeps us up to date with a comprehensive list of write-ups, tools, tutorials and resources. We’re running a survey about Bug Bytes: What do you think of Bug Bytes? Let us […]

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Intigriti’s Trust Center – An interview with our Head of Security, Niels Hofmans 

Intigriti’s Trust Center is an exciting new feature of Intigriti, so we thought a one-on-one interview with its mastermind would help people understand what it’s all about.  Intigriti: Hi Niels! Diving straight in, what is the Trust Center in a sentence?  Niels: Intigriti’s Trust Center is a live dashboard connected to our platform that displays […]

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penetration testing challenges

Penetration testing challenges 

How best can businesses navigate the common penetration testing challenges that arise when improving their security posture? In one of our last blogs, we discussed how Pentesting as a Service updated the pentesting format. As a rendition of Software as a Service, this change led pentesting to be more cost efficient, scalable and ultimately more […]

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