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Today, PlayStation launched a public bug bounty program on HackerOne because the security of their products is a fundamental part of creating amazing experiences for the PlayStation community. Read on to learn more about their program, bounties, and more.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) today launched the Kubernetes bug bounty program on HackerOne. The Kubernetes bug bounty program is yet another layer of security assurance that will reward researchers who find vulnerabilities in the container orchestration system. Bounties will range from $100 to $10,000. All reports will be thoroughly investigated by the Kubernetes Product Security Committee, a set of security-minded Kubernetes community volunteers.
Today, after three successful years running an independent bug bounty program, LINE launched a public bug bounty program on HackerOne. To learn more about the popular messaging app’s security strategy and commitment to the hacker community, we sat down with security engineers Robin Lunde, Koh You Liang and Keitaro Yamazaki. Read on for a glimpse into our conversation.
Open source software powers HackerOne. As part of our mission to make the internet safer, we want to make it easier for your open source project to remain secure, so we’re joining GitHub Security Lab. Read on for more on why we’re joining, new free offerings for open source projects from HackerOne, and new open source targets for hackers from GitHub and HackerOne.
Today, Priceline launched its public bug bounty program on HackerOne, including Priceline’s e-commerce site, Priceline.com, PPN affiliate sites and mobile apps. We sat down with Matt to learn more about their program, prioritizing customer trust, what it’s like working with hackers, and more. Check it out!
Please welcome the Xiaomi Security Center to HackerOne! Xiaomi, one of the world’s largest consumer electronics manufacturers, is launching a vulnerability disclosure program (VDP) on April 1, 2019, welcoming vulnerability submissions for products and services under the brands of Xiaomi, Mijia, Mitu, and Redmi. Check it out!
Alibaba, one of the world’s largest Internet companies is joining HackerOne to tap into the technical expertise of the world’s best cybersecurity experts to implement a global vulnerability disclosure program (VDP) to help boost security and better protect customers, transactions, and the Alibaba ecosystem. Today, Alibaba has announced that all participating cybersecurity researchers who submit valid vulnerabilities will receive a limited production physical challenge coin issued by Alibaba and HackerOne — a “metal medal of honor” – to recognize their contributions. The coin is awarded in addition to the incentives researchers receive as active members of the HackerOne community.
Today, Hyatt is launching its first public bug bounty program at HackerOne. To learn more about Hyatt’s program, their commitment to security and the hacker community, we sat down with Chief Information Security Officer Benjamin Vaughn.
Today, GitLab is launching their first public bug bounty program. After running a private bug bounty program and public vulnerability disclosure program (VDP) on HackerOne for over a year, the company resolved nearly 250 vulnerabilities thanks to the over 100 participating hackers. We sat down with GitLab's Director of Security Kathy Wang and Senior Application Security Engineer James Ritchey to dive into the evolution of GitLab's program over time, their decision to go public with their program, and how leveraging HackerOne's community has helped to find and fix security issues quickly.
It’s been over a year since Grammarly launched its first bug bounty program on HackerOne. It’s been a private, invite-only program ever since. That is, until today! We sat down with the company’s VP of Engineering Joe Xavier to learn more about how the newly public bug bounty program fits into the team’s overall security strategy, what it’s like working with hackers, and any advice for other organizations considering the bug bounty model.