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Our team’s vulnerability disclosures 2021

Pentesters use a comprehensive and complete toolkit to expose different platforms and evaluate the security of an IT infrastructure. They safely try to exploit vulnerabilities and are experts at reporting failures, data leakage, or other vulnerabilities.
In this post, we present these tools and the several ways they can be applied.

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v4.1 Released

Since our last version came out, we have dedicated ourselves to redesign our vulnerability panel for enhanced visualization. Now, you can tag vulns when importing them and identify them easily and fast. Plus, we added a specific risk score for every vuln that can be seen in the CVSS risk information.

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A vulnerability in Realtek´s SDK for eCos OS: pwning thousands of routers

Pentesters use a comprehensive and complete toolkit to expose different platforms and evaluate the security of an IT infrastructure. They safely try to exploit vulnerabilities and are experts at reporting failures, data leakage, or other vulnerabilities.
In this post, we present these tools and the several ways they can be applied.

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AWS Common Issues – Part 2

Pentesters use a comprehensive and complete toolkit to expose different platforms and evaluate the security of an IT infrastructure. They safely try to exploit vulnerabilities and are experts at reporting failures, data leakage, or other vulnerabilities.
In this post, we present these tools and the several ways they can be applied.

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Released: Open Source Penetration Testing and VM Platform

A complete tool for pentesters, security experts, devsecops. To integrate there day to day scans and tasks. Avoid manual tasks. Expose different platforms and evaluate the security of an IT infrastructure.

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Continuous testing, continuous security

Cybersecurity as a constant race, in which attackers and defenders are always trying to innovate and adapt to new situations. When systems change, attackers find new ways to break them. We see attackers becoming much more agile, intrusive and relentless while we build better and stronger defenses. Our goal is to be one step ahead. %

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