About the Book
In order to test their security infrastructure, companies are increasingly turning to freelance security researchers to hunt for bugs - glitches in their systems with the potential to be exploited - and paying the ethical professionals who report them for removal.
This quick guide is an attempt to get readers actively hunting for bugs on their own, on real websites - for real money - as soon as possible. With the direct explanations, walkthroughs, and code examples provided in this document, anyone with a smattering of understanding in web technologies can expect to begin productively (and profitably) hunting for security flaws.
About the Author
I am a developer, journalist, and freelance security professional with particular interests in Nodejs and asynchronous programming.