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Exploithub and Rift Recon Announce an Expansion of Hardware Offerings

August 8, 2014



Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 08, 2014

It was just last year that the companies joined in a strategic global partnership with a goal to expand the marketplace to include hardware and firmware markets. Now, the marketplace has expanded access to high quality hardware products like the GoodFet42, the bladeRF, and the Open Access Raspberry Pi kit.

"ExploitHub has always been a free and open marketplace for software security such as exploits, utilities, and Metasploit modules," remarked Dustin D. Trammell, CEO of ExploitHub, "But why does this have to be limited to software only? Last year, we added a small amount of physical and hardware products, and this year, we look forward to greatly expanding those offerings."

Physical products accepted into the market are considered "physical exploits," or attack platforms, and include lock picks, under-the-door tools, physical penetration kits and more.

"Entering our second year of our hardware offerings for ExploitHub's marketplace, we wanted to kick it up a notch," said Eric Michaud, ExploitHub's Director of Hardware Curation and CEO of Rift Recon. "The new features we're rolling out make it easier to connect hardware vendors and customers through the ExploitHub marketplace than any other pen-test focused vendors, something that drastically evolves the market and landscape. It's an exciting time to be in this business, and now we're poised to take this sector even farther than we'd imagined."

To view the comprehensive catalog of new hardware offerings, visit ExploitHub's Product Page.

About ExploitHub:

ExploitHub is a community-driven marketplace that connects penetration testers and security vendors with expert security researchers and developers to help corporations and other professional entities protect critical systems and data against criminals and network attacks.

About Rift Recon:

Rift Recon is a premiere cyber and physical security agency comprised of researchers, former military and private security detail contractors, and computer and hardware hackers that equips its clients from a suite of exclusive services, including specialized consulting, trainings, hardware tampering and forensics work, software development, assessment reports, tool creation, and team outfitting. Visit http://www.riftrecon.com, find them on Facebook, or follow @RiftRecon on Twitter for more information.

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