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After 1 month of our community’s best and brightest going head to head to be named Hack The World 2017 champion, we are ready to share the winners of the annual contest. We also want to share some lessons learned, and give each of you the opportunity to share feedback with us so that we can improve on future contests.
Dropbox joined us as the participating company, paying out over $330,000 in bounties to hackers who found 264 vulnerabilities across Dropbox, Dropbox Paper, newly-acquired HelloSign, and third-party vendors that work with Dropbox.
Hackers, congratulate yourselves on an incredible milestone, earning $50M+ for your contributions to a safer internet. HackerOne’s mission is to empower the world to build a safer internet, and you are the heroic individuals making that mission a day-to-day reality. Thank you for inspiring us with your creativity and talents. Keep pursuing the flags, squashing the bugs, and sharing the knowledge. Together. We. Hit. Harder. Happy hacking one and all!
The power of collaboration came through full-force in our first live hacking event of 2019. Hosted over three days, we partnered with Airbnb and Verizon Media for hacking, mentoring, and celebrating the community.
Following months of preparation, the day was finally here. HackerOne’s office in Groningen was hosting a Rails Girls global coding event. Born in Finland, Rails Girls is a global, non-profit volunteer community that aims to provide the right tools and a community for women to understand technology and to build their ideas. I am Stuti Srivastava, a senior product engineer at HackerOne and one of the organisers for the event, and this was my first experience at a Rails Girls event.
In 2018, Oath has received over 1,900 valid vulnerabilities through its private bug bounty program, over 300 of which were high or critical severity. Big numbers mean big rewards — Oath has paid $5 million in bounties in 2018. It’s been a record year, including four live hacking events all over the world — Goa, San Francisco, Argentina, and a 2018 finale live hacking event in New York City on November 27-29.
Forty top hackers met in Montréal over the weekend to hack Canada-based Shopify. The commerce platform helps more than a half-million merchants spread across 90% of the world’s countries design, set-up, and manage their stores. During the live hacking event, dubbed h1-514, Shopify paid over $116,000 in bounties to hackers who helped surface 55 valid vulnerabilities to the program.
HackerOne kicked off its first South America live hacking event in Buenos Aires, Argentina! Oath, a media and tech company, under which Yahoo, AOL, Verizon Digital Media Services, TechCrunch and many more dynamic brands fall, opened up their assets to 53 hackers in their second live hacking event in 2018. Eight hours later, Oath had paid out over $260,000 in bounties to hackers for their contributions. Thank you to our hackers that literally weathered a storm to join us in Argentina for the first time.
Hacktivity can save your company. Take help from hackers. You can’t do it alone. Approach hackers with an assumption of benevolence, and develop relationships with them. Don’t find out about a vulnerability for the first time on Twitter. How do you defend yourself against people who get up in the morning, put on their flip flops (or military uniform) and do nothing but think about how to attack you? These were themes at the Atlantic Council’s panel on coordinated vulnerability disclosure (CVD) on September 18 in Washington, D.C.
Five straight nights of hacking with over 75 hackers representing 20+ countries hacked five targets earning over $500,000. It was the largest and most successful live hacking event ever.
Thanks to all the hackers who participated in the H1-702 2018 CTF! For the first time ever, we had both web and mobile challenges. Our six winners were selected from a pool of 750 registered participants and over 30 submissions received. Congratulations on winning your way to Las Vegas for the biggest live hacking event ever!