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Bug hunting, for fun and profit. My slightly but not so technical how to guide for anyone.

This article reflects not only how I like to do bug bounty programs, but also how I approach most of my normal penetration tests, red teams or web security assessments. It works well for me and many clients I’ve served have been helped by it. It might very well be not your exact style. I try to show here the […]

Why a Hacker isn’t an Application Tester

This is a story that i have to tell; it’s impossible to ignore. I spend a couple of days of my time talking to one of the largest companies in the world… They have been looking for ethical hackers / security consultants or whatever you want to call it, so  I was introduced by a head hunter […]

“I am not going to get hacked”

Many years ago it used to be that most website hacking attempts were launched by sophisticated cybercriminals, or at the very least highly talented amateurs using complex methods and tools. While this meant such attacks could be more difficult to prevent – they were usually limited in number, and aimed towards larger corporations with very large […]