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FAQ's from HackerOne's biggest virtual live hacking event with The Paranoids from Verizon Media, H1-2010.
HackerOne hosted its first flagship event of the year with Verizon Media in San Francisco.
HackerOne hosted its final flagship live hacking event of 2019 in Los Angeles, CA
A look at where we’ve been and where we’re going in 2020...
Thanks to all who participated in our #h1415 CTF, and congratulations to our winners @p4fg and @manoelt! Here’s how it went down.
For the first time ever, a hacker writes a live hacking recap blog, highlighting what it is like to attend a live event. Katie (@InsiderPhD) gives a first-person narrative of h1-604. From seeing a bear for the first time to collaborating closely with peers, Katie covers all the adventures of heading to Vancouver, Canada to hunt bugs.
HackerOne hosted their largest live hacking event to date in Las Vegas Nevada. With Hacker Summer Camp in the background, h1-702 broke several records. This included paying out nearly two million in bounties to hackers over the three days.
Live hacking events are an experience unlike any other. This post is about how you can increase your chances of being invited to hack. We dive into the history of live hacking events and some of the criteria that’s taken into consideration
Uber partnered with us for their third live hacking event in London, paying out over $375,000 in bounties to hackers who found more than 150 unique vulnerabilities across Uber, Uber Restaurants and Uber Freight.