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Founded:
2012
Company Size:
51-200 employees
Company Type:
Private
Location:
San Francisco, CA
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HackerOne is the #1 bug bounty platform, connecting organizations with the world’s largest community of highly-qualified white hat hackers. More than 700 organizations, including The U.S. Department of Defense, General Motors, Uber, Twitter, GitHub, Kaspersky Lab, Square, Dropbox and the CERT Coor ...
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HackerOne is partnering with the Technology Transformation Service for their bug bounty initiative. It will be the first bug bounty program operated by a US Federal civilian agency. Yeah, it\'s kind of a big deal!https://www.fedscoop.com/18f-partners-hackerone-first-federal-civilian-bug-bounty/
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The Visual Guide to Bug Bounty Success
The Bug Bounty Field Manual is the definitive guide on how to plan, launch, and operate a successful bug bounty program.But 10,283 words is a lot to read so we've turned it into a simple one-page graphic: The Visual Guide to Bug Bounty Success. It’s basically the prettiest cliff notes of a book you’ve ever seen.
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Check out the visual companion to the Bug Bounty Field Manual! https://www.hackerone.com/blog/The-Visual-Guide-to-Bug-Bounty-Success
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Bug Bounty Field Manual
HackerOne is the #1 bug bounty platform, connecting organizations with the world’s largest community of highly-qualified white hat hackers. More than 700 organizations, including The U.S. Department of Defense, General Motors, Uber, Twitter, GitHub, Kaspersky Lab, Square, Dropbox and the CERT Coordination Center trust HackerOne to find critical software vulnerabilities before criminals can exploit them. HackerOne customers have resolved more than 38,000 vulnerabilities and awarded more tha ...
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Bug bounties might be the best way to improve security. Google is increasing bug bounty payouts by 50%. Microsoft upped its top reward to $30,000 (a 100% increase). Intel launched a program with a maximum bounty of $30,000. Slack announced it has paid out over $210,000 in bounties. The Pwn2Own competition paid a single bounty of $105,000 and in total paid out $833,000 purchasing 51 0-day vulnerabilities.https://www.slideshare.net/hacker0x01/bug-bounty-trends-the-top-companies-are-doubling-their-bounty-payouts
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Bug Bounty Field Manual: The Definitive Guide
How to plan, launch, and operate a successful bug bounty programDownload it now!https://www.hackerone.com/blog/the-bug-bounty-field-manual
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Andrew Dunbar, Director of Risk and Compliance at Shopify shares about their approach to bug bounties and why they got a ton of mileage out of the h1-415 live hacking event https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcRBpMv9THE&feature=youtu.be
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Watch the video from h1-415, our live bug bounty event and hacking 101 workshops!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsXkqz3Hqsc&feature=youtu.be
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HackerOne goes to NULLCON and presents at BountyCraft! Latest blog post [including LOTS of pics] by Chief Bounty Officer Adam Bacchus https://www.hackerone.com/HackerOne-Bountycraft-and-Nullcon
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Fortune wrote about HackerOne Community Edition! We support dozens of Open Source Projects - and offer our professional version for FREE. Together, we are making the internet safer! http://fortune.com/2017/03/02/hacker-one-open-source-bug-bounty/
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Over 36 open source projects use HackerOne to date. Read about our newest commitment in supporting open source development on our blog:https://www.hackerone.com/blog/HackerOne-Professional-Free-For-Open-Source-Projects
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Bounty Craft: Bug bounty reports how do they work, @sushihack presents at Nullcon 2017
https://www.slideshare.net/hacker0x01/bounty-craft-bug-bounty-reports-how-do-they-work-sushihack-presents-at-nullcon-2017Hackerone Chief Bounty Officer, Adam Bacchus, a fire breathing, mohawk wearing stud presented his "Bug Bounty Reports - How Do They Work?" at Nullcon 2017 in Goa, India for the Bounty Craft tracks. In this presentation you will learn: - How to know and research your audience - What are the atomic materials of a good bug report? - Good, Bad, and Ugly examples of ...
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Hacking America
A study on American's understanding of cybersecurity and hackers. https://www.hackerone.com/resources/hacking-america
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Want better cybersecurity? Invite more hackers into your systems.http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Passcode/2017/0224/Want-better-cybersecurity-Welcome-more-hackers-into-your-systems
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The best security initiative you can take in 2017
Big news! We raised $40 million from some amazing investors to continue our mission of making the internet safer. It’s all because of YOU, the amazing hacker community. Together we hit harder, and we’re swinging for the fences! This is just the beginning… https://www.hackerone.com/blog/The-best-security-initiative-you-can-take-in-2017
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Meet the Hackers powering the world’s best bug bounty programs
Not even the strongest or most skilled organizations have the headcount and capacity to avert system vulnerabilities on their own. There is strength in numbers. Hackers are that army - and at HackerOne, there's 80,000+ white hat hackers who want to make your software more secure. Hackers ARE: Problem-solvers, Curious, Technically skilled, Diverse in background and education Hackers are NOT: Criminals. Using their skills for a malicious purpose This presentation dives int ...
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How to become a successful bug bounty hunterhttps://hackerone.com/blog/what-great-hackers-share
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 “It’s all about community, isn’t it? At the end of the day we have a laugh and poke fun at each other on the internet. This is one big community. I think we all see that. Otherwise, we wouldn’t be here doing it.”  High-fives and fist-bumps to all you awesome hackers from Nathaniel in our latest hacker interview. https://youtu.be/ntHEO1ycoc4 
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Q&A With PortSwigger's James Kettle: Bug Bounties, Exploit Stories, and More!
As 2016 came to a slow-burning close, the gang at PortSwigger debuted its public bug bounty program on HackerOne. We’re super excited to be partnering with them. Their program’s attack surface covers the latest versions of their popular Burp Suite web app testing platform and portswigger.net.PortSwigger's Current Bounty StatisticsBurp Suite’s integrated platform features a full complement of tools that support every step of testing. It includes an advanced web app scann ...
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Hack The Army Results Are In
The Defense Digital Services (DDS) group is tasked with pioneering private sector solutions to solve some of the Department of Defense’s most complex problems.And pioneers they are.Back in November, the U.S. Army coordinated with the DDS to launch its first ever bug bounty challenge: https://hackerone.com/hackthearmy. The largest branch of the U.S. military welcomed hacker registration, expanding its security efforts in an unprecedented way.It’s a recognition that bug bounties and& ...

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