Blogposts about cyber security in general, pentest, cloud security and red teaming from our team.
Timeboxing is a central concept of agile software development and is being used in more and more areas. Basically, a timebox refers to the time you have to complete a task.
Open Source Intelligence, or OSINT for short, refers to the collection of information from public sources for use in the context of intelligence.
Vulnerability scans are often passed off as penetration tests. However, there is a huge difference between these packages.
Cross-site request forgery (CSRF/XSRF) is an attack that forces an end user to perform an unwanted action in a web application.
Since the classical enumeration of user names is often no longer possible, a time-based approach must be taken to get this information.
Today, IT security is more important than ever. After all, data breakdowns, system failures and even hacker attacks put a strain on the IT infrastructure.
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