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Release v4.6.2

We're thrilled to introduce you to a series of enhancements designed to elevate your performance and take your team's vulnerability management to the next level.

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Faraday at Ekoparty 2023

Cybersecurity is a large group of people working to make the world a safer place. At Faraday, we are motivated to develop and work on solutions that add value to the community and assist companies and cybersecurity professionals. But most importantly, we take pride in forming relationships and, together with Ekoparty, being part of this story.

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Meet Faraday at Ekoparty in Buenos Aires.

Bienvenidos a otro año más con Faraday en la fiesta más grande de Latinoamérica, Ekoparty!

Desde hace 9 años somos parte de esta conferencia de hackers y apasionados de la ciberseguridad. Nuestros socios fundadores Fede Kirschbaum y Francisco Amato son también los creadores de este evento que reúne anualmente a más de 1000 nerds de la ciberseguridad y el pentesting.

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Faraday goes to Mind The Sec in São Pablo

Our Ssr. Researcher, Octavio Gianatiempo, presented his research on the vulnerability that affected thousands of top-selling routers in Latin America at Mind The Sec ⚡

You can read the full presentation here.

Plus, our CRO Francisco Amato was leading many meeting with Brazilian companies and fellow pentesters. 

It was an amazing chance to connect with the Brazilian pentesting community, share our work, and have an amazing time in São Pablo.

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Release v4.6.0

We are thrilled to introduce Faraday v4.6.0. In this release, we've significantly added improvements to our pipeline section performance and introduced new tools useful for DevOps and security professionals, helping them identify security and compliance issues within their code earlier in the development process.

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Use Slash Command in Slack to interact with Faraday

In this blog, we are going to create a Slack app to allow us to interact with Faraday API using its known Slash Commands. This allows for flexibility in performing various security tasks and queries directly from Slack. Providing visibility into Faraday's data and functionality within the Slack environment. Helping security teams stay informed.

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