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Secjuice

Non-profit Infosec Goodness · Volunteer-led collective of writers focused on cybersecurity, information security, and OSINT

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Estimated annual budget

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News from Secjuice

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Reflecting on 2023

We rebranded Learn Serverless to Secjuice and partnered with the Secjuice blog. This blog has been self funding for several years. Their mission strongly aligned with the Learn Serverless mission of teaching. Instead of focusing on teaching...
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Published on November 9, 2023 by Miguel Calles

We launched our website

Hello all, We launched learnserverless.org earlier today. We plan to launch the first course soon. Keep an eye out. Regards, The Learn Serverless team
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Published on October 14, 2022 by Miguel Calles

About


Secjuice is the only non-profit, independent and volunteer-led publication in the information security space. We are a private members writing club focused on cybersecurity, information security, network security, hacking, cyberwar, and open source intelligence gathering.

We believe that our value as professionals lies in our ability to share our research and knowledge with others through the written word. We mentor hackers, help them prepare their research, polish their articles and translate their skills into commercial writing experience and freelance writing opportunities. Our members feel a strong sense of civic duty, it's what drives us to spread our knowledge and experiences with our community. Defending the interests of those who hack is within our remit.

We pay homage to the infosec space and we are proud to be an independent voice in our industry. We don't do advertising, we don't do sponsors and we don't monetize our content. Secjuice delivers the written word and helps aspiring writers find their voice.

This collective was previously called Learn Serverless.

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