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July 30, 2022, 1:16 p.m. | /u/SineNo

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Hey crew, I have a quick question regarding my career field. I finally got into pen testing after doing a bunch of work to get here, but now that I’m in the industry it’s substantially worse than I ever expected. It’s 70% scanning, 25% meetings, and then an actual 5% testing and it’s only really reporting on stuff and not really actually doing anything with it.

I’m not happy at all and I feel like a lot of time was …

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