Author name: Amit Kumar

Amit Kumar is a cybersecurity enthusiast with a bachelor's degree in Information Technology. His dedication to the field is evident through his invaluable contributions to the security community. Having reported numerous vulnerabilities to renowned companies such as Microsoft, Nokia, Synology, and others. Amit's expertise and proactive approach make him an integral part of the cybersecurity landscape.

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Small business cyber attack statistics including surprises for 2023

A cyber attack or data breach is a threat to every business. Still, it can be more devastating for small businesses as they face numerous challenges, including cash inflow, competition, employee retention, limited funding, supply chain and other business problems simultaneously, making it difficult for them to survive. Being a new and small business, a …

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Penetration testing statistics, vulnerabilities and trends in 2023 

The cyber-world is an ever-expanding network of digital systems and technologies that have revolutionized our lives and work. However, these advancements come with inherent vulnerabilities, making the cyber world an attractive target for cybercriminals. From data breaches to ransomware attacks, the list of cyber threats continues to grow. Pen testing plays a crucial role in …

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iOS Penetration Testing: What it is? How to pentest iOS applications?

While iPhones boast robust security, attackers constantly seek weak points. Enter iOS penetration testing – the security validation exercise against your controls attempting to stop data breaches and unauthorised access. Through manual and automated techniques like vulnerability scanning and reverse engineering, it uncovers hidden flaws in your iOS apps, protecting sensitive data and user trust. …

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