Cybersecurity Experts Interview Series Recap
Today we are recapping our interview series we started back in February, and all the great people we’ve had the chance to talk to.
Attack Surface: Concept, Types, Tools and Attack Surface Reduction Strategies
A while back we talked about the concept of OSINT, and how important it is to the infosec industry.
How Stack Overflow kick-started an entire business: Talking with Ben Dowling from IPinfo
When you have a programming question, Stack Overflow is one of the, if not the, best place to go. Developers of all types have been turning to Stack Overflow’s community for assistance since 2008.
Top 20 and 200 most scanned ports in the cybersecurity industry
Port scanning is one of the most common activities in cybersecurity — and it’s performed by both sides, the red team and the blue team.
It's never been easier to make a great product: A chat with Johannes Gilger from Urlscan.io
Since the dawn of the Internet, people dreamed of starting their own online business, though few truly succeeded in that task. With all of the technology and services available today, becoming an entrepreneur seems easier than ever before.
Is SSL really a sign of security?
Over the past few years, we’ve seen SSL/TLS growth like never before. And that’s due, in part, to a series of events boosted by companies like Google with their famous announcement of HTTPS as a ranking signal, Mozilla, Cisco, Akamai, other big players with the Let’s Encrypt project, cPanel’s free AutoSSL features released to the web hosting industry, and many others making strides toward a better, safer internet.
Top 7 Subdomain Scanner Tools: Find Subdomains in Seconds
The art of finding subdomains has evolved a lot in the past few years. We’ve seen that in previous posts, as well as in our recent interview with Patrik Kudak which explored some very interesting academic research on subdomain enumeration.
Domain Profiler: How to build a full domain infrastructure overview
Information is power, and here on the Internet that’s one of the biggest truths no one can deny. When you have the right information at the right time, and you know how to use it, your success is practically guaranteed.
Top 13 Online Vulnerability Scanning Tools
Web apps and vulnerabilities go hand-in-hand. The best thing you can do is to not only patch vulnerabilities when your programmers find one, or when a third party cybersecurity company notifies you, but to also act in a proactive way—by setting up your own scheduled vulnerability scans.
Know your attacker: Speaking with Josh Kamdjou from Sublime Security
We’re all aware of the age-old debate among those in cybersecurity circles about who’s better, red team or blue team? The lighthearted “animosity” between red and blue teams can be fun, but the truth is, there is no benefit to picking sides, as both ultimately have the same goal — preventing cyber crimes.