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We’re excited to announce our integration with ServiceNow Incident Management. This integration allows customers to escalate vulnerability reports with ServiceNow incidents and synchronize any updates in the vulnerability workflow that happen in ServiceNow or HackerOne.
This week’s hacker spotlight, we virtually travel to Pakistan to get to know @hazimaslam and how he hacks and his motivations to continue hacking.
Detailed, meticulous and precise. @pnig0s shares his hacking style and successes from his bug bounty experience in this latest Hacker Spotlight.
On 20 January, HackerOne’s CEO, Marten Mickos, sat down for a chat with European hacker, Julien Ahrens a.k.a @mrtuxracer, and Teemu Ylhäisi, CISO at OP Financial Group. The discussion ranged from the recent SolarWinds attacks to the best way to prevent phishing. Here are our top takeaways from the webinar.
“It's challenging and rewarding, and I get to help companies become more secure. It's challenging and rewarding, and I get to help companies become more secure.” Read this week’s Hacker Spotlight on filedescriptor.
Read about @samengmg and his self-taught bug bounty experience hacking the Singaporean government and huge global corporations.
Years of AWS bug bounties have exposed SSRF vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and dangling DNS records. What can we learn from these vulnerabilities about mitigating risk?
HackerOne has a large hacker community and the platform necessary to operate LINE’s bug bounty program. By using HackerOne’s platform and welcoming the community, LINE can increase operational efficiency. Through the partnership with HackerOne, we can share new bugs and learn from the vulnerability trends on the Platform while also getting a guide that helps us create a successful bug bounty program.
We kick off this year’s hacker spotlight with @jin0ne from Shanghai with over 200 valid vulnerabilities submitted. Read more about him in this newest blog post.
From developer to founder, father and hacker, read about this week’s hacker spotlight on @benteveo.