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Burp Suite 2020.5.1

Burp Suite is one of the most famous tools used by pentesters & bug hunters, which incorporates a full static code investigation engine to discover vulnerabilities. It is a widely used tool to identify vulnerabilities with web applications. Penetration testers use the Burp suite to analyze the injection points. The tool is composed of industry-driving […]

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$100,000 Bounty Apple Zero-day Bug in “Sign in with Apple” Let Hackers Take  Takeover of Apple User Accounts

Indian Security researcher found a critical Zero-day vulnerability in “Sign in with Apple” let hackers take over the third-party application accounts by just having their Email ID. Very Similar to OAuth 2.0, Apple’s “sign in with Apple” helping the user to sign in to their third-party apps and websites faster using their Apple ID without filling […]

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HackerOne Paid $100 Million in Bug Bounties to Ethical Hackers

HackerOne declared that hackers have earned $100 million in bug bounties on the HackerOne platform. Hackers have become an essential part of the security environment. They are participating worldwide, sharing awareness, their techniques, and much more. “We started out as a couple of hackers in the Netherlands with a crazy belief that people like us […]

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