Setup Your Own Recon Machine on Digital Ocean

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If you are a bug bounty hunter, you may notice that recon is very time consuming. Sometimes, even you have mostly automate your recon, recon might takes days or even weeks if you are hunting on a huge scope. If you use your home workstation, it occupies quite a lot of your workstation’s resources. Also, your work might turns to trash if your power got turned off by your mum or electricity shortage. So, instead…

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