For years now at Cyrex, we’ve implemented the pair hacking method for our penetration testing. It’s a staple in our success as a cybersecurity company, approaching testing more like a hacking group. The results speak for themselves.

Pair hacking is our method of conducting penetration testing. …

We wanted to have a look at the recent news surrounding major gaming industry leaders adopting and implementing NFT’s and blockchain technology into their games and products. It’s always good to stay ahead of the curve and stay secure.

Leading French video game development and publisher Ubisoft recently announced their…

When it comes to penetration testing, there are multiple avenues of engagement. Traditionally, there are three models that would be used. In a continued effort to take some of the mysticism and confusion out of the topic, we’d like to lay these three out plainly.

When someone needs to go…

As a company built by native game developers, we couldn’t help but see the potential in cloud gaming and what it could offer indie developers. Over time, hardware only gets more advanced and those who are left behind watch an ever-expanding technology gap. That’s why we are so passionate about…

With our previous work on games and applications based on the blockchain, we thought it would be good to talk about it! With their growing popularity, let’s dive into blockchain, NFTs, and smart contracts.

We’ll talk about what they are, why they’re trending, and the security measures to consider in…

Peer-to-peer or P2P is a method of connecting players during gameplay. Security without sacrificing performance is a key goal for us at Cyrex. It’s our modus operandi, our driving force when it comes to conducting security testing. P2P networking is a cost-effective alternative. …

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Cyrex is a native security company specialised in securing and developing software with a strong focus on online gaming.

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