Category archives: Intigrity Blog

Bug bounty vs penetration testing: The costs, scope, and methodologies 

As cyber threats evolve, organizations must proactively detect and address security vulnerabilities before malicious actors can exploit them. This ongoing battle against potential breaches is vital for safeguarding information and protecting a company’s reputation and operational continuity.  Two prominent methods to uncover and remedy vulnerabilities are bug bounty programs and...

Five easy ways to hack GraphQL targets

GraphQL is a widely used query language that provides developers with the ability to query data easily. Unlike via a REST API, developers can send a schema in a single HTTP request and retrieve back all the necessary data. It’s an awesome query language that can help simplify several aspects...

Introducing Misconfig Mapper

In case you missed it on our Twitter channel, we’ve recently launched Misconfigurations Mapper (or MisconfigMapper for short)! Misconfig Mapper is a new project designed by Intigriti Hackers Team to help you find security misconfigurations in popular services used at your bug bounty/penetration testing targets (such as Atlassian, Jenkins, etc.).Additionally...

Unveiling the 5 hidden costs of a cyberattack 

Recent years have witnessed a dramatic surge in cyberattacks, with both the frequency and sophistication of attacks reaching unprecedented levels. Cybercrime is anticipated to cost companies all over the globe an estimated $10.5 trillion annually by 2025, and IoT attacks alone are expected to double by then too.   While the immediate (typically...

Introducing read-only user roles

We’re excited to introduce the new read-only user roles to our platform, available under the roles “Program reader” and “Group reader“. This update is part of our commitment to enhance your experience and improve your productivity by offering more control over user access levels. Let’s get started! Why Introduce read-only...

Building a case for bug bounty programs: Addressing corporate concerns 

Bug bounty programs have emerged as a powerful tool in the cybersecurity arsenal, empowering organizations to proactively identify and resolve vulnerabilities before they can be exploited. Despite this, internal concerns around financial implications, legal complexities, data security risks, and cultural barriers can hinder the adoption of these programs.   Companies needn’t...

Meet the hacker: HG_Real

In cybersecurity, ethical hackers are like digital guardians, keeping our online world safe. Game hacking adds a twist to this, giving hackers a chance to test their skills and help make gaming platforms secure. Today, we meet one of these ethical game hackers, diving into their world to understand what...

Announcing Intigriti’s Brinqa Integration 

We’re happy to announce Intigriti’s latest partnership with Brinqa, a leader in vulnerability management. This integration marks a significant step forward in managing and prioritizing vulnerabilities on enterprise levels.  What is Brinqa used for?  Brinqa is a robust platform enabling organizations to effectively manage and mitigate cyber risk by using...

A hackers’ guide to online voting systems

In today’s digital world, online voting systems are pivotal in various domains. Businesses rely on them for award shows where the public’s vote determines winners. Music charts use online voting to influence album sales, shaping the music industry. Even self-driven communities depend on voting to maintain democratic processes. However, ensuring...

Introducing Message Templates

In case you missed it, we recently introduced message templates! In our ongoing effort to improve your experience and productivity, we’ve introduced this neat feature to bring efficiency and consistency right to your fingertips. Walk through our guided demo To ensure you get the most out of our new message...

Security testing for eCommerce websites and retailers 

Security testing for eCommerce websites has become indispensable for online retailers, as it plays a vital role in safeguarding customer data, financial information, and brand reputation. The process involves evaluating and testing the security measures implemented by retailers, aiming to identify vulnerabilities and potential threats that cyber attackers may exploit....

How to get the most out of your cybersecurity testing budget 

How security professionals can achieve more with less The responsibilities of CISOs and other security professionals are growing more complex. As cyber threats escalate, organizations must defend themselves within tight budget constraints, making crafting an adequate cybersecurity budget paramount.   A well-structured budget not only tackles immediate threats but also establishes...

Exploring Bühler’s strategic collaboration with Intigriti 

Before collaborating with Intigriti, Bühler faced a common yet complex challenge: enhancing the effectiveness of their Vulnerability Disclosure Program (VDP). Having already been established for two years, the program was struggling under the weight of inefficiency and was largely overrun with low-quality reports.   Bühler’s partnership with Intigriti, a global leader...

Revamped Credential Management and Webhooks Integration

We are delighted to roll out two significant updates that will redefine how you manage your program credentials and integrate your applications through webhooks. Let’s unpack the exciting details!  Revamped Credential Management What is it about? We reworked our credential management to flexible and autonomous proces with a CSV structured...