The Detectify Crowdsource platform allows security researchers to submit newly discovered exploits and incorporate them into Detectify’s automated security service. At the heart of the initiative is the community of skilled web security experts from across the globe. We have talked to our community manager Kristian Bremberg about his background, the art of building communities, and the power of the crowd.
We have strengthened our security team with a crowdsourced bug bounty program. The initiative, known as Detectify Crowdsource, allows us to bring in independent security researchers from all over the world. They will help us ensure that Detectify remains the most up-to-date and thorough security service for web applications.
Ever wished there was an easy way to see if your site is vulnerable to any of the vulnerability categories on the OWASP Top 10 list? The latest addition to the Detectify tool allows you to do just that! Our new OWASP view provides a quick and easy way to check whether your site passes or fails OWASP Top 10 tests.
Detectify has been working on an better and more thorough crawler for a long time and many of our awesome users tried out the new crawler when it was in beta and provided us with helpful feedback. With this week’s release, we have now implemented the new crawler into our service, enabling you to run smarter scans and getting improved reports.
Our next update is here! Two weeks ago we released the new target overview to make it easier for you to work with security over time; we’re now proud to present our new dashboard and navigation. The release also simplifies working with findings and flagging as the findings count is now affected by tags like “accepted risk” and “false positive”.