Bugcrowd Releases Vulnerability Rating Taxonomy 1.7 With New Automotive Security Misconfiguration

We are always updating our Vulnerability Rating Taxonomy (VRT), integrating our learnings into each version update. We are thrilled to announce our latest release, VRT 1.7 in response to our community’s ongoing feedback through our open-sourced GitHub repository. Security misconfiguration can stem from a very simple error, but at the same time can lead to

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2019 Inside the Mind of a Hacker Report Reveals Gender Imbalance, Hacker Education and Highest Paid Crowds

Today we released the 2019 edition of the Inside the Mind of a Hacker Report, highlighting the makeup of the bug hunting community to provide insight and understanding into who they are, what they like to do, their experiences, skillsets, as well as what motivates them. In the 2019 edition, we look at gender imbalance,

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The Ultimate Guide to Managed Bug Bounty

Attack surfaces over the past decade have become more complex than ever, and the overall surface area has ballooned significantly. As our world continues to come online, cybersecurity vulnerabilities become even more apparent. No one thinks—or cares—more about cybersecurity than the security professionals responsible for protecting their enterprise’s applications and data. And their lives get

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The Next Generation of Pen Testing – Crowdsourced Security

Penetration testing has become a best practice for vulnerability assessment over the past two decades, but in recent years we’ve seen this traditional security assessment method falls short. The application development process is speeding up and data breaches continue to increase in severity and frequency. Running pen tests alone are no longer sufficient for effective

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Integrating Crowdsourced Security with the Software Development Lifecycle

Organizations in nearly every industry are feeling pressure to deliver value faster, get to market ahead of the competition, and continuously improve their customer experience. For software applications built and deployed today, it is all about velocity and automation. This is good for innovation but often leads to inconsistencies, vulnerabilities and problems with upgrades and

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Fix Vulnerabilities Faster With Bugcrowd’s New Remediation Advice

Today we are excited to announce Vulnerability Remediation Advice, our newest feature on Crowdcontrol™! With Vulnerability Remediation Advice, Development and Security can accelerate the remediation process, introducing secure coding methodologies that help educate development, improve code velocity and reduce risk. Vulnerability management is a security best practice, but true risk reduction only occurs when the

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