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We start the new year of 2020 with great prospects. First of all, 2019 turned out to be a massive success for hacker-powered security. HackerOne paid out over $35,000,000 in bounties to hackers all over the world.
This week, we had the pleasure of hosting 50 Belgian technology students, who were on a tour of Silicon Valley technology companies. We had the opportunity to share our experience as entrepreneurs, but mostly we discussed hacking and security because, that is what we live and breathe at HackerOne.
HackerOne hosted a security panel, lead by Magoo, on bug bounty programs and we want to share some key takeaways with you.
Programs on HackerOne can now customize the Views in their Inbox to accommodate more advanced vulnerability disclosure workflows.
Now Hackers can earn even more on HackerOne! Introducing badges, now available on Hacker profiles in the badges sidebar.
Let’s get a quick update on the Hack the World competition and see how things are progressing.
HackerOne reports results of its own bug bounty program for 2015, increases minimum bounty for severe vulnerabilities to $10K.
Ever stumbled upon a vulnerability, but had no idea how to share it with the affected organization? HackerOne can help! We’ve blogged about “Disclosure Assistance” before, but we wanted to talk about it again, as there have been some changes.
All of us HackerOnies are driven by a passion for our mission, and a strong urge to work together to make the world a better place. We recently held our inaugural all-company meeting where we built on top of this mission, documenting the values we embrace.
Keepsafe is on a mission to help us keep our private lives as they should be - private. Bug bounties are a big part of that strategy. We chat with Co-founder and CTO at KeepSafe on their bug bounty program on HackerOne.
Anyone with computer skills and high degree of curiosity can become a successful finder of vulnerabilities. Here’s how I started.