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Aleh Zasypkin

Hello!

Today, I'd like to show you how you can leverage the "Webhooks" feature of Secutils.dev to explore third-party web services, or as a security researcher would say, perform a basic active reconnaissance. Reconnaissance is just a fancy word for gathering information about a target system to identify exploitable vulnerabilities and potential attack vectors. In this post, we'll focus on learning how a specific web service implements functionality that interests us. Our intention is purely innocent — we simply want to understand how it works. However, the technique we'll use is quite similar to what security researchers employ during routine reconnaissance.

· 6 min read
Aleh Zasypkin

In my previous posts, I have consistently emphasized the importance of improving efficiency and reducing waste, whether it's time, money, or energy. This concept has become a central theme in several projects I am currently involved in, including Secutils.dev. Today, I want to share my thoughts on security configuration management and how Secutils.dev and similar tools can enhance efficiency in this area by empowering software engineers, who are responsible for designing and implementing security configurations.