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Keeping the bugs at bay

Crowd security testing platform Threatbar has your back no matter what the bugs are in your software

Soumik Kar

After months of arduous coding sessions, your project has reached its conclusion. The software is ready and you can’t wait to have it up and running. However, the moment it is uploaded into the system, you notice that things aren’t functioning the way you intended them to. Despite a thorough screening of the files, you can’t seem to pinpoint the error. Bugs can be quite subtle yet very destructive. So, how do you find an expert to identify and fix the issue without compromising on the security of your programme?

Threatbar’s Sumit Garg has a wide range of solutions if you’re a startup or enterprise wanting to test your new applications or web operations. An idea he developed during his earlier stint at global information security firm, Trustwave. Set up in March 2017 with an initial investment of Rs.50 lakh, the start-up has curated a team of 200 researchers from countries such as the US, Europe, Africa, Australia, the UK and


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