PenTest, like forensics, is almost as much an art as it is a science – you can only be taught so far, technical techniques and tools are all very well, but you really need a mind that can think sideways and approach a task from as many angles as possible. The ex-LE forensicators have this skill in spades – the data that is potentially available during an investigation includes interviews, statements, crime scene photos and all matter of collected evidence – in the commercial world there is less available, but still I’m confident that you’ll all have your sources. PenTest is much the same, the more that we can know about a potential target before we even fire up NMap1, the further we will get…
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