There are testers who think I’m nutz for insisting that they sort any lists they include in their reports. Let me tell you my side of the story…
The OWASP Top 10 details critical risks associated with web application security and is the defacto standard for web app security.
A good pentest report is supposed to be a teaching tool that provides the folks on the receiving end with information that makes it possible for them to do a lot of the same things we did. Here are a few reasons why we want them to do that.
If you really, honestly, and truly want to take your reports to the next level, hire an editor.
If what you did does not show up in your pentest report, it didn’t happen. So how do you make sure your report captures everything you did? (First in a series of posts.)
Most people don’t think twice about copy/pasting a ginormous web link into an email or social media post.
But they should!
Day of Shecurity sent me to DEF CON 26. I had a wonderful time, did some cool things, and have already made plans to attend DEF CON 27. If you want the full details, keep reading…