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How Hacktivity Can Save Your Company: Experts Weigh In

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.   

Debbie Chang
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H1-702 2018 makes history with over $500K in bounties paid!

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.

HackerOne
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H1-702 CTF Winners Announced!

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!

HackerOne
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Hackers Descend on London for First Ever UK Live Hacking Event: H1-4420

Saturday, June 16, almost 50 hackers gathered from across the world to hack one of the most popular and mature bug bounty programs on the planet at HackerOne’s first live-hacking event in London, H1-4420. Nine hours, 71 valid bugs and $81,753 later...you could say our community of elite hackers exceeded all expectations.

HackerOne
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Live-hacking Dropbox in Amsterdam for H1-3120

At H1-3120, Dropbox received more than 90 reports and paid out $80,383 with an average bounty of $1,318, over two times on their largest bounty day ever and almost three times their average bounty. Geweldig!

HackerOne
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Jackpot! The h1-702 2018 CTF is here! Win a Trip to the Biggest Live-hacking Event of 2018

H1-702 2018 is happening in Las Vegas from Wednesday, August 8 to Sunday, August 12! Any hacker from around the world who wants to attend can earn their way there. All you need to do is solve our CTF and write a great report. Six lucky winners will earn round trip airfare, seven nights at a hotel on the Las Vegas strip, and access to all five days of h1-702. 

HackerOne
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H1-415 Recap: Oath Pays Over $400,000 to Hackers in One Day

Forty-one hackers representing 11 countries. More than $400,000 paid in bounties. All in nine hours. HackerOne’s second annual live-hacking event in San Francisco broke multiple records on Saturday, April 14, 2018. The target? Oath, a media and tech company, under which Yahoo, AOL, Verizon Digital Media Services, TechCrunch and many more dynamic brands fall.

HackerOne
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H1-202 Recap: Mapbox Pays Out Nearly $65,000 in One Day

Twenty-seven hackers representing nine countries gathered at the U.S. capitol March 23-25, 2018 for HackerOne’s first live hacking event in Washington, D.C. The weekend consisted of a community day with Virginia-based high schoolers and a live hacking day — nine hours of hacking at Mapbox HQ, resulting in over 100 bugs reported and nearly $65,000 paid in rewards.

HackerOne
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h1-202 CTF Winners Announced (and links to write-ups)

Our h1-202 CTF attracted 450 participants and we chose three winners that will be sent to Washington, DC for our live-hacking event, h1-202! Find out who won and read their solution write-ups in this post.

Luke Tucker
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Hack Your Way to the White House

The h1-202 CTF is here! On March 25th, 2018, h1-202 will be happening in Washington, D.C. (at a top secret location!). We are opening up the event to any hacker around the world who wants to attend. All you need to do is solve our CTF and write up a great report. The individuals who submit the best write ups as determined by our judges will be invited to attend h1-202.

HackerOne
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