Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.
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There is also a professional aspect here less around technical controls, and more around the reputational and intellectual property angle:

  • if you are a security professional taking part in one of these, are you giving away a proprietary technique or methodology to the competitor hosting the site?
  • if you make a mistake (don't forget, these do happen on occasion) could that negatively impact your or your company's reputation?

The host of the site will be able to see everything you did in their logs...do you ever mistype commands, use dir instead of ls, accidentally stray outside the scope of the test? This will be recorded and could negatively impact you.

There is also a professional aspect here less around technical controls, and more around the reputational and intellectual property angle:

  • if you are a security professional taking part in one of these, are you giving away a proprietary technique or methodology to the competitor hosting the site?
  • if you make a mistake (don't forget, these do happen on occasion) could that negatively impact your or your company's reputation?

There is also a professional aspect here less around technical controls, and more around the reputational and intellectual property angle:

  • if you are a security professional taking part in one of these, are you giving away a proprietary technique or methodology to the competitor hosting the site?
  • if you make a mistake (don't forget, these do happen on occasion) could that negatively impact your or your company's reputation?

The host of the site will be able to see everything you did in their logs...do you ever mistype commands, use dir instead of ls, accidentally stray outside the scope of the test? This will be recorded and could negatively impact you.

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There is also a professional aspect here less around technical controls, and more around the reputational and intellectual property angle:

  • if you are a security professional taking part in one of these, are you giving away a proprietary technique or methodology to the competitor hosting the site?
  • if you make a mistake (don't forget, these do happen on occasion) could that negatively impact your or your company's reputation?