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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.
First impressions can be everything. Here are tips for putting your best foot forward in the first few weeks of your bug bounty program.
Looking for the perfect holiday gift for the favorite hackers in your life? Whether their interests lie in building stuff, breaking stuff or (better yet) building cool stuff to break other stuff, the creativity of your fellow security researchers knows no bounds.
Now security teams can edit the vulnerability types after the report has been submitted. With this improvement, teams can expect to have more accurate vulnerability data.
Get the scoop on the latest update to the HackerOne API with some slick new communication features.
On Thursday, March 31, 2016, the Department of Defense, arguably the world's most powerful organization, announced it will partner with HackerOne for the "Hack the Pentagon" pilot program.
We want our hackers to be successful and are giving away a free copy of Peter Yaworski’s excellent Web Hacking 101 e-book.
2017 may be the year Virtual Reality and Augmented reality truly go mainstream. But is it airtight from a security perspective?