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Nov 20 13 tweets 11 min read
🧵Let's talk about #Telegram - here are ten useful cybersecurity groups and channels we watch:

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1. Cyber Security News (30k+ members)

Cyber Security News is a feed channel for links to breaking news stories across the internet, everything from #TechCrunch to #Portswigger. It’s a one-stop shop for cyber-related news with your morning coffee.…
2. Cyber Security Experts (23k+ members)
A great channel for exchanging #information about #cyber, #IT, and #security. Mainly used to get answers to questions and help other security experts to enhance their security maturity.…
3. Cloud & Cybersecurity (~12k members)
Offers career advice, daily quizzes, tips and useful resources that can provide real material benefit and learning no matter what level you’re currently at.…
4. Cybersecurity & Privacy News (~8k members)
Offers daily news about #cyber #security and #privacy. In this channel, you’ll find everything from alerts on the latest security #vulnerabilities to all the latest news you might have missed elsewhere.
5. Android Security & Malware (28k+ members)
For all things #Android: #vulnerabilities, fuzzing techniques, guides and more. You’ll find Q&A to real Android security problems, links to open-source tools, #malware #analyses, new #CVEs, and tips and guides.
6. Malware Research (9k+ members)
This a channel for all #malware practitioners, with articles and useful #Github repos that you would likely not come across if it wasn’t for being a member of this channel.
7. BugCrowd (~7k members)
The @Bugcrowd channel host bug bounty hackers discussing topics like #HackerOne, #Intigriti, #CobaltStrike, #Yogosha and more. Here you will also learn of new bug bounty programs and platforms.
8. Red Team Alerts (11k+ members)
A dedicated channel for all things #redteaming - From beginners #guides and hardware how-tos, this channel will help expand your awareness of what’s going on.
9. APT Intelligence (1k+ members)
A growing channel that serves up links and news on topics related to advanced threat actors, tools, techniques and procedures. Covers #OSINT, #pentesting, #password cracking, and so on.…
10. #Reverse Engineering Hangout (~4800 members)
A small but useful place to learn more and share knowledge about reverse #engineering. #assembly, #opcodes, #x86 & more info on how a sample works. Ideal for beginners who want to learn.…
Are There Other Good #Cybersecurity Channels on #Telegram?
Please share yours!
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