WAF (Web Application Firewall) has been the first line of defence when it comes to application security for a while now. Many organizations have adopted WAF in one form or the other and most cases, compliance has been the driver for adoption.
But unfortunately, when it comes to the efficacy of WAF in thwarting attacks, it has not lived up to the expectations. In most organizations, WAF has
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Many of you might have this question in your mind:
"Is it illegal to test a website for vulnerability without permission from the owner?"
Or… "Is it illegal to disclose a vulnerability publicly?"
Well, the answer is YES, it’s illegal most of the times and doing so could backfire even when you have good intentions.
Last year, Hungarian police arrested a 20-year-old ethical hacker accused of
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