Detectify

Stockholm, Sweden
2012
Dec 15, 2021   |  By Detectify
The vulnerability, dubbed CVE-2021-43798 impacted the Grafana dashboard, which is used by companies around the world to monitor and aggregate logs and other parameters from across their local or remote networks. The privately reported bug became a leaked zero-day but was first spotted by Detectify Crowdsource hacker Jordy Versmissen on December 2, after which Grafana was notified by Detectify about the bug.
Dec 15, 2021   |  By Detectify
The holidays are coming up quickly and while many of us are looking forward to getting some human downtime (not technical), some may be feeling the pressure and some stress to make sure everything that needs to be done by the end of the year is in fact done by then, especially with the ongoing log4j aka log4shell security fires happening.
Dec 12, 2021   |  By detectify
Thanks to Detectify Crowdsource hackers, Detectify quickly developed a security test to detect Critical vulnerability CVE-2021-44228 Apache log4j RCE. This vulnerability has set the internet alight over the past few days. Right now, exploit developers and security researchers are still understanding the potential capabilities provided by the vulnerability. Detectify received a working POC for this critical 0-day vulnerability from the Crowdsource community on Friday.
Dec 7, 2021   |  By Fredrik Nordberg Almroth
Detectify co-founder and expert bug bounty hunter Fredrik Nordberg Almroth (@almroot) recently spoke at Hack Your Stockholm, our first in-person event after a 2-year hiatus, addressing the issue of the growing attack surface of companies and how it is the most pressing issue facing CISOs today. He recaps his thoughts in this post.
Nov 16, 2021   |  By Detectify
Global organizations are working towards making data privacy a fundamental right. However, as the privacy paradigm shifts to a digital world, businesses are more exposed than ever before. That’s because security has not been the focus of this revolution in IT infrastructure.
Nov 9, 2021   |  By Jocelyn Chan
STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – Detectify, the SaaS security company powered by ethical hackers, announces new product names for the core products developed for security teams defending medium to large enterprise companies. On November 11th, the product names will be switched from Asset Monitoring to Surface Monitoring, and where you previously saw Deep Scan you will now see Application Scanning.
Nov 4, 2021   |  By Detectify
It takes a crowd to secure the attack surface. Detectify collaborates with the Crowdsource ethical hacker community to power a fully automated external attack surface management solution. This is a guest blog post from Crowdsource hacker Luke “hakluke” Stephens on why he believes crowdsourced security is now a necessity.
Nov 4, 2021   |  By Detectify
SSL/TLS certificates make the internet a safer place, but many companies are unaware that their certificates can become a looking glass into the organisation – potentially leaking confidential information and creating new entry points for attackers.
Oct 29, 2021   |  By Detectify
When was the last time you checked DNS configurations for subdomains pointing at services not in use? According to Crowdsource ethical hacker Thomas Chauchefoin, while expired and forgotten subdomains can easily become an entrypoint for an attacker to steal sensitive data, a robust attack surface management programme in place can keep them at bay.
Oct 21, 2021   |  By Jocelyn Chan
Detectify is driving the future of internet security with automation and crowdsourcing hacker research. It’s focused on helping companies detect anomalies in their web attack surface at scale, and creative automated hacks in the web app layer in time.
Dec 22, 2021   |  By Detectify
A recording of a panel discussion from Hack Yourself Stockholm 2021 on the theme of attack surface management. Hear the panelists discuss what organizations can do to find and better protect their external attack surface. Featuring security experts from: David Jacoby - Deputy Director for the European Global Research and Analysis Team, Kaspersky Jesper Larsson - Freelance IT-Security Researcher & Penetration Tester Mathias Karlsson - Head of Technical Security, Kivra Shane Murnion - Security Specialist, Skandia
Aug 4, 2021   |  By Detectify
Our security researchers happen to be talented bug bounty hunters as well as the brains behind of Detectify's efforts to develop a leading-edge API security scanner. Why is developing a reliable API security tool so challenging? It's because every API is different, which means it’s challenging to have a standardized approach to security testing on APIs. Almroth states that the team will focus on developing an API security scanner that focuses on server-side vulnerabilities. Both share that this is going to use fuzzing techniques.
Aug 2, 2021   |  By Detectify
Yes the rumors are true, the teams at Detectify are working hard at researching and developing security testing for APIs. Senior security researchers, Tom Hudson and Fredrik Nordberg Almroth answer questions about API security. Just like web apps, APIs can’t be secured with rule-based automated scanners - they need context! That’s why we are developing our fuzzing engine to cover public-facing APIs and test them like a hacker would.
Feb 18, 2021   |  By Detectify
Unleash the power of ethical hacker knowledge - straight into your security workflows.
Jul 3, 2020   |  By Detectify
There are many paths you can take to become a security professional. In this episode, host Laura Kankaala talks with Tom Hudson (aka @TomNomNom) about his learning journey with computers and hacking which began with him taking it all apart. Tom’s tinkering obsession introduced him to the world of hacking and bug bounty competitions. Besides chasing bugs, Tom is also passionate about passing on knowledge through his particular teaching style, and he discusses some of the common struggles of people who are just getting started with security, but also what are the kinds of questions are the good questions to ask along the way.
Mar 19, 2020   |  By Detectify
One could argue that bug bounties are a buzzword in security today, but what are they and what are they good for? In this episode, Laura is joined by the talented security researcher and detectify co-founder Fredrik N. Almroth (@almroot on twitter). If you can name it, Fredrik has probably hacked them including companies like Facebook, Tesla, Dropbox and Uber. Tune in for a dive deep into Fredrik's past as a bug bounty hunter and discuss how both companies and bug bounty hunters can get started in the field of Crowdsourced Security, as well as where the bug bounty industry is headed.
Feb 5, 2020   |  By Detectify
Do you remember when you first connected to the Internet? Security nerds Laura and Johan go back to the Internet in the 90's, the evolution of hacking and the transformation of IT security into an industry where hackers are now allies to companies.
Nov 11, 2019   |  By Detectify
Stay on top of cybersecurity threats by leveraging automated ethical hacker knowledge with Detectify. We check your web applications for 1500+ known vulnerabilities that go beyond the standard CVE libraries.
May 28, 2019   |  By Detectify
This Meet the Hacker episode features Detectify Crowdsource hacker, Linus Särud aka @_zulln. He is a security researcher at Detectify and he specializes in finding web application vulnerabilities. Linus started hacking when he was in his early teens and found a bug in Google Translate.
Apr 11, 2019   |  By Detectify
Detectify is a scalable web app security scanner that automates 1000+ security tests to help you release secure applications. With Detectify, you can test your code with real exploits to identify and fix vulnerabilities in both staging and production environments. The service is continually updated with new security tests thanks to Detectify Crowdsource, a global network of handpicked security researchers.

Detectify is a web security scanner that performs fully automated tests to identify security issues on your website. It tests your website for over 1000 vulnerabilities, including OWASP Top 10, and can be used on both staging and production environments. Detectify’s simple to use interface, integrations with popular developer tools, team functionality, and informative reports simplify security and allow you to integrate it into your workflow.

We work with some of the best white hat hackers in the world through our Detectify Crowdsource platform and our internal security research team to continually build more security tests into our tool. We now scan for over 1000+ known vulnerabilities.

What makes us unique:

  • White hat hackers: Detectify was built by renowned white hat hackers, who have legally hacked companies like Google, Facebook and PayPal. In 2016, we launched Detectify Crowdsource, a global network of 150+ handpicked ethical hackers that continously report their latest findings to us. In the last year, we received 450+ submissions that generated nearly 40 000 findings amongst our users.
  • Usability: The Detectify experience is designed to be easy, fun and accessible. The goal to simplify security has shaped Detectify’s UI, making it both intuitive and easily adjusted to your needs. This is why Detectify seamlessly integrates into the development process and offers integrations with all popular developer tools.
  • Educational: Detectify offers team functionality so that users can easily share reports within their team and/or with clients. Most findings have links to resources where you can read up on the vulnerability and learn how to fix it. You will have access to more than 100 guides, attack demo videos, quizzes etc, which will quickly increase the security awareness in your organisation.

Go Hack Yourself or someone else will.