Detectify Hacker School ONLINE - Part 10

Detectify Hacker School ONLINE - Part 10

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Welcome to the new edition of the exclusive web-based event, Detectify Hacker School Online!

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Welcome to the new edition of the exclusive web-based event, Detectify Hacker School Online!

Join us for a livestream of Hacker School Online and get an in-depth look into finding and mitigating bugs in web applications, security risks associated with website's source code, and listen to our customer telling how they approach application security.


17.00 - Introduction

17.05 - Talk by Sebastian Neef (@gehaxelt) - Security risks hiding in plain sight

17.25 - Talk by Radoslaw Karpowicz (@radekk) - Leveraging security tools in vulnerability triage and prioritization

17.45 - Talk by Jasmin Landry (@JR0ch17) - 5 bugs in a single field in an application

18.05 - Q&A

Speakers and talks:

SEBASTIAN NEEF (@gehaxelt) is a IT security freelancer and a top contributor from the Detectify Crowdsource community. He enjoys learning new things, sharing his knowledge, playing CTFs with ENOFLAG, while currently finishing his CS master degree @ TU-Berlin.

"Security risks hiding in plain sight". In this lightning talk Sebastian will share his recent research on how a website's source code could end up a security risk, for example by exposing sensitive information.

RADOSLAW KARPOWICZ (@radekk) - is the Staff Security Engineer working in the Product Security team at Auth0, securing more than four billion login transactions each month. Previously, Radoslaw worked as a pentester, web application security trainer, and software engineer.

"Leveraging security tools in vulnerability triage and prioritization". In his talk Radoslaw will mention different sources of vulnerabilities, the major issues when processing these vulnerabilities, why manual reviews won't scale, the dynamic testing with Detectify, and to what extent it all could be automated.

JASMIN LANDRY (@JR0ch17) is a hacker with a 3 year experience on Bugcrowd and HackerOne now. Today he considers bug bounty his main source of income. Currently ranked 17th on Detectify's leaderboard.

Tune in to hear how Jasmin was able to find 5 bugs in a single field in an application. He will also go over how to mitigate these bugs.

Moderator - Tom Hudson (@tomnomnom) who is a Security Researcher from the UK. He moved into security research after more than a decade of software engineering, operations, and technical training. Tom considers his greatest hacking achievement to be scoring a $40k bounty and the Most Valuable Hacker award at HackerOne's H1-4420 live hacking event.

Don't miss this opportunity to listen in and hear what other Detectify Customers and security professionals think. Save your spot and join us via Zoom link on Wednesday, August 12th, 17.00-18.30 CET / 8-9.30 AM PDT / 11 AM-12.30 PM ET!

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Zoom link will be sent to you upon completing the registration.

Time: Talks start at 17.00, Q&A from 18.05.

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