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Detectify Crowdsource - Not Your Average Bug Bounty Platform

How does Detectify Crowdsource get the most skilled ethical hackers of the world to come together and have as broad an impact as possible? The answer – a bug bounty program, but not in the traditional way. I am Carolin Solskär, Detectify Crowdsource Community Manager and I work closely with our ethical hackers to make sure we maintain an awesome experience for all our members with the shared goal to make the Internet more secure.

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What is Cyber Hacktivism?

We all know about hacking and hackers, but what about hacktivism and hacktivists? In this article, we will discuss what hacktivism is and how it can affect your organization. Hackers and the act of hacking found their way into mainstream long ago, with the help of high budget films and our increasing use of technology in almost every aspect of our lives. That is why almost everyone knows what hacking is and who a hacker is.

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7 Ways To Tell If Your Website Has Been Hacked

In this day in age, businesses rely heavily upon their website as a means of driving sales and reaching customers. It is usually the first point of contact between a potential customer and the business, and thus, it commands a level of investment. Because of this, it can be frustrating and upsetting to have one’s web page hacked and rendered useless.

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Undetected e.02 recap: Fredrik N. Almroth - Bug Bounties

Bug bounties – some argue that this is one of the buzzwords of the decade in the cybersecurity industry. Whatever you want to label it, it’s a trend that we can’t ignore these days. A lot of companies are taking part in it, so what’s it all about? There were many valuable soundbites to take from this, and especially from podcast guest, Fredrik N. Almroth (@almroot) because he’s hacked all the tech giants and more. If you can name it, he’s probably hacked it.

Undetected E02, Fredrik Almroth - Are Bug Bounties a buzzword?

One could argue that bug bounties are a buzzword in security today, but what are they and what are they good for? In this episode, Laura is joined by the talented security researcher and detectify co-founder Fredrik N. Almroth (@almroot on twitter). If you can name it, Fredrik has probably hacked them including companies like Facebook, Tesla, Dropbox and Uber. Tune in for a dive deep into Fredrik's past as a bug bounty hunter and discuss how both companies and bug bounty hunters can get started in the field of Crowdsourced Security, as well as where the bug bounty industry is headed.
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Undetected podcast e.01 recap: The evolution of web security and hacking

In the pilot episode, Laura is joined by Detectify co-founder Johan Edholm. He co-founded the company back in 2013, and is still involved with the organization today by managing the technical infrastructure in the clouds. We don’t want to give away too much, but there are some things said that are just too good to not be highlighted and we’ve summarized of some of the conversation.