[HackerNews] Getting Started with Security Testing: A Practical Guide for Startups

A common misconception among startup founders is that cybercriminals won’t waste time on them, because they’re not big or well known enough yet.
But just because you are small doesn’t mean you’re not in the firing line. The size of a startup does not exempt it from cyber-attacks – that’s because hackers constantly scan the internet looking for flaws that they can exploit; one slip up, and your

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