YesWeHack at Nahamcon 2024!


Nahamcon, the virtual offensive security conference created by Nahamsec, is set to return from May 23 to May 25. This year, the event will be hosted by John Hammond, cybersecurity researcher, educator and content creator alongside Joel Margolis and Justin Gardner, hosts of the Critical Thinking Bug Bounty podcast. Attendees can expect lots of engaging activities:

  • A CTF challenge on May 23-25
  • Workshops on May 24
  • Talks on May 25

Once again, YesWeHack is a proud sponsor of Nahamcon 2024!

Whether you’re a seasoned researcher or just starting your journey, Nahamcon will be the perfect opportunity to share ideas, acquire fresh insights and engage with the community. Watch it on:


Curious about WAFs? Don't miss the workshop given by Brumens, Researcher Enablement Analyst at YesWeHack, on May 24, 12:00PM PST!

Alex will deliver a presentation to furnish essential information and methodologies for bypassing a WAF in specific scenarios. For each new technique introduced, there will be a corresponding lab designed to simulate the studied WAF bypass scenario. These labs will be structured as walk-throughs, allowing participants to navigate through various steps while applying the newly acquired methods from the presentation. Throughout the process, Alex will offer insights, finishing with a detailed explanation of solutions at the conclusion of the session.

Registration is free so, don't miss all the insightful presentations planned during Nahamcon!


YesWeHack is a leading Bug Bounty and Vulnerability Management Platform used by hundreds of organisations and tens of thousands of bug hunters worldwide. Built and run by ethical hackers since 2015, our Bug Bounty platform offers fast, in-house triage, fair rewards and prompt payouts, and compliance with stringent EU data security laws.

YesWeHack manages hundreds of private and public programs and holds regular Live Hacking Events. Bug Bounty programs include Tencent, Swiss Post, Orange France and the French Ministry of Armed Forces.

Bug hunting is boosted by YesWeHack’s CTF playground/training platform (Dojo), various bug hunting tools, responsible vulnerability disclosure platform (, non-partisan Bug Bounty/VDP search engine (, and a blog featuring technical tips and interviews.