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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.
We’re pleased to share that Nintendo has publicly launched their Vulnerability Rewards Program for their top-selling 3DS gaming console! The folks at Nintendo have put together some pretty sweet rewards including a top bounty of $20,000 for valid critical security vulnerabilities.
Let’s get a quick update on the Hack the World competition and see how things are progressing.
One of the most common questions we get from hackers is "How can I get along better with bounty admins or security teams?" Here are general guidelines to help maximize your interaction with those on the other side of the security@ inbox.
HackerOne has been working with economics and policy researchers from MIT and Harvard to study the economic forces behind the 0day market. Here's what they found.
Today, we're making it even easier to never miss a policy change. You now have the ability to be notified whenever the policy of a certain program changes.
Upvote hacker activities and see what's popular on Hacktivity
HackerOne describes the Reward Competitiveness dimension of the HackerOne Success Index.
The most ambitious Federal bug bounty program to date, Hack the Army, targeted operationally significant websites including those mission critical to recruiting. See the full results of the program!
HackerOne’s first edition of “Fact or Fiction,” where we review shows and talk about how realistic (or not!) they are. This week, we’ll be discussing Mr. Robot eps2.6succ3ss0r.p12.
Public programs on HackerOne may publicly disclose vulnerabilities. Here’s how and why so many companies choose to add to body of security knowledge and help enable a safer Internet.